The Australian Council of Superannuation Investors has named both Ian Silk and Candy Broad as members of its board.
The two new appointments will support the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) in driving value for members’ funds, the industry body said.
ACSI chief executive Louise Davidson said Mr Silk and Ms Broad would both add to the board’s strength.
“The depths of experience, knowledge and skills both Candy and Ian bring with them will be an asset to the board and to ACSI itself,” she said.
“I look forward to working with them both in the years ahead as we help enhance the long-term, sustainable value of the retirement savings entrusted to our members.”
Mr Silk is the current chief executive of the country’s largest superannuation fund, AustralianSuper, which manages $100 billion in funds for its more than 2 million members.
Ms Broad is an independent director at First Super, a role she commenced in 2015, and also serves as a director on the boards of Women’s Health Victoria and the Hepburn Community Windfarm.
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