Prime Super has named a new director, an ex-board member from Merrill Lynch representing the National Farmer’s Federation.
Allison Harker has joined the $5.2 billion fund’s board, previously being a director at Merrill Lynch/Bank of America in Hong Kong.
Ms Harker is currently a partner in her family’s mixed farming business in Yass, NSW, as well as board chair and director.
Prime Super chair Nigel Alexander said Ms Harker will make a valuable contribution to the board.
“With her strong financial background, primary industry experience and previous roles with community and government organisations, Allison is a great addition to the board,” Mr Alexander said.
Prime Super was formed in 1996 through the amalgamation of four rural super funds and rebranded to its current name in 2004.
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