Anthony Rodwell-Ball, the chief executive of NGS Super, has left his position after just under 10 years in the role.
During Anthony Rodwell-Ball’s time in the top job, the fund grew to 100,000 members with over $8 billion funds under management, according to a statement.
Before being appointed to the role in 2008, he was chief financial officer at emergency services and Victorian government employee super fund ESSSuper.
The board of NGS Super thanked Mr Rodwell-Ball for his commitment and contribution to the fund “during some significant periods of transformation in the industry”.
“Anthony takes with him the respect of the board and his fellow staff for delivering a strategy and vision that will leave the fund in a solid position for the future. We wish him the very best in his future endeavours,” the board said.
Mr Rodwell-Ball added that it had been his “great privilege to have served at the helm” of the fund.
“I’m really proud of what the fund and its dedicated staff have accomplished and I feel confident that this is an appropriate time for me to pass the torch on and welcome new leadership to continue the fund’s success,” he said.
“I look forward to the next phase in my life, pursuing part-time executive opportunities as a transition strategy into retirement.”
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