News from April 2016
The Australian Institute of Building (AIB) has announced Greg Hughes as the new CEO at the leading Institute for building and construction professionals.
Announcing the appointment, National President Norman Faifer FAIB, FAIQS, FIAMA acknowledged the excellent contribution the former CEO had made and now looked forward to a fresh strategic approach.
“Greg brings a wealth of senior Not for Profit…
A longer and healthier life for Australians through availability and choice of world leading innovative medicines…
This is the vision of Medicines Australia, the peak body representing…
The Medical Software Industry Association (MSIA) exists to enable a vibrant medical software industry and promote the value of technology to improve health outcomes. It represents the majority of medical software providers in Australia, liaises with stakeholders on behalf of its members and acts as a clearing house for information.... READ MORE
The 2016 ALIA Board election is now complete and we would like to thank all our Members who took part in the voting process and the ALIA Members who nominated to join the Board of Directors.
We are pleased to announce that the following Members have been elected and will take up their positions on the ALIA Board for a two year term following the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 18 May 2016.
JBWere has recently released an in-depth report analysing data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) on the Australian charity and not-for-profit ('for-purpose' sector). The report explores the evolution of the sector over 20 years; the role of the sector in Australian society; an analysis at a holistic and sub-sector…
ANZ Bank New Zealand CEO David Hisco has been elected chair of the New Zealand Bankers’ Association (NZBA) for 2016/17. Westpac New Zealand CEO David McLean was also elected deputy chair.
Mr Hisco takes over the position from Bank of New Zealand CEO Anthony Healy, who was chair during the 2015/16 financial year.
The Chief Executive of The Benevolent Society, Jo Toohey, today announced a restructure of Australia’s first and longest running charity to position it better for future strategic opportunities and improve its service delivery.
Ms Toohey outlined how the organisation would focus on becoming a leading provider of services to support to children, families, older people and people with a disability.
“The new organisational…
The Australian Dental Prosthetists Association (ADPA) has welcomed Jeremy Irvine as its new CEO.
“Jeremy comes to ADPA with a diverse background, including industry association leadership and ministerial advisory experience. He will lead us into this interesting and exciting new era of unification; a new phase of our journey of growth and development to ensure our members are well served,” newly-elected ADPA National President John Rompotis said.
Mr Irvine joins ADPA following senior…