A director has departed the SMSF Association after tendering his resignation.
In an announcement this morning, the SMSF Association announced that its director of technical and professional standards Graeme Colley had resigned, with a spokesperson telling ifa sister publication SMSF Adviser that he was no longer with the body.
Commenting on the departure, chief executive of the SMSF Association Andrea Slattery said: "Graeme has been an important member of the technical and policy team for the past four years, and I know members valued his expertise and support.
"Graeme has been at the forefront of superannuation policy over many years, especially as it relates to SMSFs, and the association and its members have been the beneficiaries of this high level of knowledge."
Ms Slattery also thanked Mr Colley for his achievements while at the association.
"His contribution to the association and the SMSF sector extended beyond his technical and policy roles of the past four years, having served diligently as a past chairman and director," she said.
"We thank him for his significant contribution and wish him all the best for the future."
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