Industry super fund Local Government Super has appointed a Sydney-based local politician to replace Jim Montague on its board.
In a statement, Local Government Super announced that Sutherland Shire Council councillor Gregory McLean has been serving as a director on the board since 6 June.
Mr McLean brings to the new position his experience in superannuation, financial management, industrial relations, as well as social and competition policy, according to the statement.
In his role as LGS board director, he will sit on the governance, remuneration and nomination committee, the member services committee, and the risk committee.
Mr McLean also has former board experience and has served as a director on a number of other corporate and not-for-profit organisations in his career.
He is also the recipient of a Medal of the Order of Australia for his work and service in industrial relations.
Commenting on the appointment, LGS chair Bruce Miller said the company was pleased to welcome Mr McLean to the board.
“Greg has spent 40 years representing working Australians and we look forward to drawing on his extensive experience so we can continue the strong growth of our super fund and the retirement savings of our members,” Mr Miller said.
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