Centrepoint Alliance has announced its group executive for investment solutions has resigned from his role after nearly 13 years with the company.
According to a statement, Mat Walker will finish up his role in August. He leaves to take “a short break and re-prioritise my work and other life goals”.
He expects to one day re-join the group in a consulting role.
“It’s been a difficult decision given all we’ve achieved and how much I have enjoyed working with the Centrepoint team, community and stakeholders,” Mr Walker said.
“If the timing is right, I look forward to continuing my association, albeit in a different form.”
Centrepoint Alliance managing director John de Zwart said, “Mat has been with Centrepoint for nearly 13 years and has played an integral role on our executive team, responsible for the investment solutions division of our business.
“During this time, he has overseen the growth in our funds under management and administration to more than $3 billion.”
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