LGIAsuper’s chair Bronwyn Morris is to step down from November 30, the end of her three year term.
Ms Morris joined the board in December 2013 and has served as chair since October 2014. Over that time she has “led the fund’s current business strategy and focus on a stronger governance structure through enhanced monitoring, performance and operations,” LGIAsuper said in a statement.
“She also drove the replacement and modernisation of LGIAsuper’s administration system, name change from LGsuper to LGIAsuper and move to open the fund to family and friends of existing members in communities across Australia,” the statement added.
Ms Morris is a well known figure in the Queensland investment world and the industry super sector.
She also serves as a director on the boards of Collins Food (where she is also chair of the audit and risk committee), Watpac, RACQ and CARE Australia.
She previously held board positions at the Brisbane Club, QIC, Spotless Group, Taylors Group, Brisbane Marketing, Stanwell Corporation and Queensland Rail, where she served as chair between 1999 and 2006 and the first female appointed to the Queensland State Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Her career highlights include
- First female appointed to the Queensland State Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia in October 1994
- First female partner in Queensland practice of KPMG
- Awarded a Centenary Medal in May 2003 for “distinguished service to the transport industry”
- Awarded a Meritorious Service Award in May 2003 for “outstanding service over the years to the profession and in particular The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia”
LGIAsuper is a $10 billion superannuation fund covering current and former Queensland local government employees and their partners. It was formed in 1965.