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Bennelong Funds Management adds to board

Bennelong Funds Management adds to board

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Asset management firm Bennelong Funds Management has appointed two new non-executive directors to its board.

Vicki Allen and Lincoln McMahon have been announced as non-executive directors on the board of Bennelong Funds Management.

Ms Allen has an executive career of more than 25 years in the financial services and property investment sectors, according to a statement from the firm, and she has held executive roles at The Trust Company, MLC and Lend Lease.

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Mr McMahon was previously chief operating officer at BlackRock Australia, and also had a position on the board and chief financial officer responsibilities.

Bennelong Funds Management chair Mike Pratt said the appointments follow that of Andrea Waters to the board earlier in the year.

"Over the past year, the launch of new funds and the acquisition of new boutiques has seen the company grow exponentially with plans well underway to continue on our growth trajectory," Mr Pratt said.

"The addition of these three new board members allows Bennelong to continue its vision of expansion, both locally and offshore."

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