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Australian Catholic Superannuation is committed to providing excellent service to all members and employers.
To make this happen, our key management team is responsible for execution of the Fund’s business plan as approved by the Board and for the day-to-day operations of the Fund.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who oversees the performance of the management team is accountable to the Board. Supporting the Chief Executive Officer are the Head of Finance and Accounting, Head of Marketing and Business Development, Chief Investment Officer, Head of Client Services, Head of Information Technology, Head of People and Culture, Head of Special Projects and the Head of Risk and Compliance and the Head of Financial Advice.
Read the profiles below to learn more about our team of people who are working for you.
Employed since: Dec 1989Fund member
Skills and experience:
Greg Cantor is the long-serving CEO of Australian Catholic Superannuation. When he commenced with the Fund more than 25 years ago, funds under management were in the region of $80 million. Today, they are over $7 billion. He has overseen over a dozen mergers into Australian Catholic Superannuation.
His entire career of nearly 40 years has been spent in accounting/financial services positions.
In 2011, Greg was awarded a FEAL International Scholarship to attend the Centre for Investor Education International Investing Symposium in Berlin.
Fund positions/committee memberships:
Employed since: Nov 2010Fund member
Chris has over 18 years' experience in the financial services industry acting in a variety of roles. Beginning in chartered accountancy, Chris was an audit supervisor for superannuation clients that varied from self-managed super funds, small APRA funds, pooled superannuation trusts to public offer funds. Other clients included listed entities, managed funds and a variety of organisations outside the financial services sector.
Chris became the sole Fund Accountant for the Australian partners’ fund of a 'Big 4' accountancy firm between 2001 and 2006 and oversaw the successful transition to a successor fund.
Since joining Australian Catholic Superannuation in 2010, Chris now leads the Finance & Accounting Team who are responsible for the fund’s financial reporting, tax compliance, and regulatory reporting requirements.
Employed since: Jan 2002Fund member
Skills and experience:
Cameron commenced with the Fund in January 2002 and has since worked in IT, administration and operational roles. He has over 15 years' experience in the financial services industry.
He has worked within a number of industries throughout his career, including the transport, diversified computer systems and superannuation sectors.
Cameron was awarded the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees Super Operations/Administration Award for Excellence in 2011.
Fund positions/committee memberships:
Employed since: Dec 2014Fund member
Michael's involvement in the Australian financial services sector spans over 30 years and has seen him hold a diverse range of positions in investment banking, government and funds management. His previous roles have included:
Michael was also instrumental in the design and implementation of the $14 billion Workers Compensation Insurance Fund during his tenure as General Manager – Investments at WorkCover NSW from 2004 to 2008. For nine years prior to that, he was Director of Treasury and Investment Services for the University of New South Wales, with responsibility for management of the University's reserves, endowments and commercial operations. His undergraduate qualifications are in law, accounting, finance and philosophy and he holds postgraduate qualifications in law, applied finance, economic history and economics. Michael enjoys playing and watching sport and was born in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Employed since: Nov 2004Fund member
Sharnie has over 16 years’ superannuation industry experience, gained primarily working with large corporate super funds.
She joined Australian Catholic Superannuation’s administration team in 2004 and since then has held progressively more senior positions.
As current Head of Client Services, Sharnie has responsibility for all of the Fund’s administration functions and processes and ensuring they meet or exceed legislative requirements. She strives for excellence and the provision of a seamless experience for Fund members regarding the management of their accounts.
Employed since: Feb 2012
Alex has gained over 25 years' experience in information technology while working for a number of large Australian companies.
He has held senior management roles in a number of different industry sectors, including transport, telecommunications, government, financial services and public services infrastructure.
He is experienced in IT operations, sales, strategy, security, project and vendor management across various IT systems, including infrastructure, mobility platforms, airline, asset and facility management, financial and ERP systems.
Employed since: June 2016Fund member
Sandy has over 25 years’ experience in Human Resources management which has seen her hold a number of senior strategic HR roles in Financial Services, Investment Banking, Investment Management and Property industries.
Sandy has also gained international HR experience having spent 3 years working in a senior global HR role in Zurich, Switzerland.
As Head of People and Culture, Sandy is responsible for setting and applying the strategic direction for People and Culture in alignment with our strategic goals, including organisational development, leadership development, performance management, culture, employee engagement, talent management, workforce planning, remuneration, payroll, employee relations, workplace health and safety, and all people and culture related matters.
Employed since: May 2017Fund member
Scott has more than 19 years’ experience in risk management and audit, with over 13 years’ experience in financial services.
He has a broad range of experience in the financial services industry gained from working at Deloitte as a risk management consultant, at Commonwealth Bank of Australia in various roles with management responsibility for operational risk and compliance, as well as at the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
In Scott’s role at APRA he held a number of senior roles including as a risk specialist in Governance, Culture and Remuneration, as well as in Operational Risk.
Employed since: Feb 2008Fund member
Sue has over 25 years experience in the superannuation industry, serving in a wide variety of roles:
Sue is responsible for the management of ad hoc projects such as the implementation of the Stronger Super legislation. As a former teacher, Sue has an ongoing interest in education. In 2014, she won the Women in Financial Services award for Mentor of the Year.
Fund positions/committee memberships:
Employed since: Oct 2016
Tim has been in the finance industry for over 20 years. His early career was spent working in both personal income tax and audit qualifying as a Chartered Accountant.
After progressing to financial advising in the retail sector, Tim became a Certified Financial Planner specialising in providing holistic strategic advice on; retirement planning, estate planning, investment portfolio construction, insurance and investment structures.
Tim's next role was working for Industry Funds Services providing advice to members of a number of super funds. In 2011 this was extended exclusively to Australian Catholic Superannuation. After a number of years servicing Australian Catholic Superannuation as the financial planning leader of a national team of advisers, he was appointed Head of Financial Advice in December 2016.
Our remuneration practices have been designed to reward our people fairly and responsibly.
The Trustee's Remuneration & Nominations Committee, in consultation with independent external consultants, is responsible for ensuring that:
Our managers, along with all other Fund staff, are remunerated by way of a fixed salary package which takes into account the specific responsibilities and duties of their roles and is reviewed on an annual basis. An independent external consultant provides benchmark salary information to assist with the remuneration of new and existing roles. The Fund does not pay any short or long-term incentives, believing that these are not in accordance with its ‘profit to members’ ethos.
The following table shows the total remuneration received by our executive officers for the two previous financial years.
Short-term employee benefits
Cash salary, fees & short-term compensated absences1
Pension &super benefits
Chief Executive Officer
Head of Finance and Accounting
Head of Marketing and Business Development
Chief Investment Officer
Head of Client Services
Head of Information Technology
Head of Risk and Compliance
Head of Special Projects
Deputy Chief Executive Officer/Company Secretary
$477,0595(+ $7,979 cashed-out annual leave)
$480,705(+ $31,770 cashed-out annual leave)
$439,272(+ $25,500 cashed-out annual leave)
1.May include salary packaged motor vehicle and other benefits and associated fringe benefits tax, salary sacrificed superannuation, leave loading and first aid allowance.2.May include Qantas Club membership, home phone, home internet (including GST).3.The Fund's Chief Executive Officer also receives payment for a number of external board/committee positions he holds. However, all such remuneration is paid in full to Australian Catholic Superannuation & Retirement Fund. This money is retained by the Fund. For the 2015/2016 and 2014/2015 financial years, this amounted to $ 26,816 and $47,731 respectively.4.Concluded with the Fund on 31/07/15. An amount of $485,070 was paid following Mr Hallab’s conclusion with the Fund in accordance with the terms of his employment. It also includes payment for accrued but unused annual leave and unused long service leave. 5.Includes a payment in lieu of notice in accordance with the employment contract. 6.Commenced with the Fund in December 2014. 7.Commenced with the Fund in June 2015. 8.Resigned from the Fund in May 2015. 9.Also includes unused annual leave paid on resignation.10.Resigned from the Fund in October 2014.
Note: No short-term cash profit sharing and other bonuses were paid. No other short-term employee benefits were paid. No other post-employment benefits were paid.
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