SuperConcepts has announced the appointment of a new executive manager for its SMSF technical and private wealth division, ahead of the launch of the company’s new technical services.
Graeme Colley will be joining SuperConcepts on 5 September, and will form part of its existing team of technical experts led by general manager of technical services and education division, Peter Burgess.
Mr Colley has more than 30 years’ experience in taxation and super. He was most recently director of technical and professional standards at the SMSF Association, and has held senior roles in the ATO.
SuperConcepts chief executive Natasha Fenech said the appointment reflects the importance of providing customers with quality education, knowledge and insights within the SMSF sector.
“Graeme is a well-known figure in the SMSF community with a long-standing reputation as an accomplished SMSF educator, technical expert and advocate for the sector,” Ms Fenech said.
“Providing SMSF advice is an area which requires specialist knowledge.
“We believe providing a market-leading SMSF service is about quality administration and software, and also about providing access to technical knowledge and insights through our technical experts and professional development events.”
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