QIEC SUPER DIRECTOR RETIRES

Written on the 25 August 2014

QIEC SUPER DIRECTOR RETIRES

QIEC Super director Allan Fazldeen (pictured) has announced his retirement following 26 years of service, including a decade as chairman.

Fazldeen has served as a trustee director of CAKE Super and was involved in the company’s recent achievement of exceeding $1 billion funds under management.

Incoming chairman Terry Burke applauds Fazldeen for his contribution to the fund and broader industry super sector.

“Allan has driven QIEC Super to where it is today – a strong, growing and member-focused fund that delivers solid returns,” Burke says.

“Allan will be missed by QIEC Super and the industry, particularly at industry events and conferences where he has become renowned during the past 26 years for his sharply insightful questions and comments. 

“We wish him all the best for a healthy and happy retirement,” Burke says.

Fazldeen says despite the fund’s size, QIEC Super set ground-breaking industry standards to put the interest of its members first.

“QIEC Super was one of the first funds in the country to offer limited personal advice via the web,” Fazldeen says.

“This advice has been used in conjunction with qualified financial planners in the workplace to meet our members’ needs.”

Fazldeen is a Fellow of CPA Australia and concluded 40 years of unpaid service as Secretary of the Australian Community Services Employers Association in 2013.


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