FASEA board members get three more years

Two key educational and ethical representatives on FASEA’s board have had their terms renewed for another three years.

In a statement released on Tuesday, FASEA announced that Mark Brimble and Simon Longstaff would continue as part-time directors on the authority’s board, with their new three-year term to commence on 11 April.

The statement said that on behalf of the board, chair Catherine Walter “welcomed the reappointment of Mark and Simon and acknowledged the integral role they have played in the formation and development of FASEA”.

“The board looks forward to continuing to draw on their expertise in delivering FASEA’s important legislative remit,” the statement said.

Dr Brimble and Dr Longstaff are both inaugural members of the FASEA board, with Dr Brimble being a professor of finance at Griffith University and former chair of the Financial Planning Education Council, who stood in as the authority’s managing director prior to the appointment of Stephen Glenfield as FASEA chief executive in 2018.

Dr Longstaff is executive director of the Ethics Centre and holds a number of other independent advisory positions, including on ANZ’s ethics and responsible banking committee and BHP’s forum of corporate responsibility.

FASEA board members get three more years
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