A former heavyweight in the ATO’s SMSF division has a new role with a superannuation focus.
Nathan Burgess, who has been with the ATO since 1996, is the new director for future client experience: superannuation.
This follows his departure from the position of director, tax and regulatory risks, SMSFs in November last year.
In his new role, Mr Burgess has been charged with the task of providing leadership in developing the “next generation” of services and products to clients, covering the entire range of superannuation products provided by the ATO, including SMSFs, according to his LinkedIn profile.
He will be engaging with industry associations, key stakeholders, and state and federal government agencies to create solutions to client hindrances while driving down costs for stakeholders.
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