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Lending Association partners with Grow Group

Lending Association has acquired Grow Group’s book of predominantly Millennial property investors — and become its finance partner. Lending Association (LA) is now Grow Group’s exclusive finance partner, and the LA Group’s full service will ensure no less than 10,000 clients’ investment finance needs are met, it has announced. Grow Group aspires to become Australia’s leading boutique property agency with more than 10,000 clients, providing expert knowledge and…

HBF names new CEO

HBF, Australia's second-largest not-for-profit health fund, has appointed Dr. Lachlan Henderson as its new chief executive officer (CEO), effective in early 2023. Dr. Henderson (pictured) joined HBF from Epworth HealthCare, Victoria's largest not-for-profit private hospital group, where he had been the group chief executive since 2017. He has more than 30 years of experience in health services as a general practitioner and in clinical and managerial roles, including as…

Lerian Association of Sydney and NSW to celebrate milestone 50th anniversary

The Lerian Association of Sydney and New South Wales – Leros is set to mark its milestone 50th anniversary with an event on November 26, 2022 at the Pan Arcadian Club in Ashbury in Sydney’s inner west. The celebratory event was originally planned for last year to mark the Association’s 50th anniversary, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions. On November 26, guests will enjoy live music, a 3-course meal and a night full of dancing, celebration…

New AICD survey underscores corporate Australia’s vulnerability to cyberattack

The vulnerability of Australian companies to cyberattacks has been underscored by a new survey showing most boards still lack specific expertise despite the well-known threat posed by hackers. Less than a month after a cyberattack on Optus exposed the details of millions of customers, the bi-annual sentiment poll by the Australian Institute of Company Directors shows that while boards insist that they are aware of the risks of an attack, only one-third have a committee…

ACCPA to focus on older Australians, says CEO

When speaking publicly, new Aged & Community Care Providers Association chief executive officer Tom Symondson said he will focus on how sector issues are impacting older Australians instead of how they affect providers. Speaking…

‘A part of history’: Andrew Malanos on the Kytherian Association of Australia’s centenary year

The Kytherian Association of Australia (KAA) has celebrated its centenary with a bang. From its annual debutante ball to a special Nostalgia Day and Mamma Mia taverna night, every event has been enjoyed by both the young and elderly. But who has been behind all these events? The Chairman of the KAA’s Centenary Committee, Andrew Malanos, and his dedicated team of volunteers. As the KAA’s centenary year comes to a close, The Greek Herald spoke to Mr Malanos about…

AIRAH CEO Tony Gleeson to step down

The Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating (AIRAH) has announced its CEO Tony Gleeson, M.AIRAH, will be stepping down in early 2023. Appointed to the position of CEO in 2016, Gleeson’s major achievements include the expansion and digitisation of AIRAH’s knowledge assets such as the Design Application (DA) manual series, successful advocacy for the compulsory registration of engineers, promoting women in STEM, establishing AIRAH’s membership…

National Servicemen Association of Australia to close its doors in 2026 as Nashos grow older

The country's second-largest ex-service organisation is coming to an end. The National Servicemen's Association of Australia will be closing its doors in 2026, with leaders saying there are too few of the 287,000 veterans who once served, and commonly known as Nashos, left alive to carry on the group. At 70 years old, Hervey Bay veteran Brian Barker is Queensland's youngest president of a nasho branch. "I…

Karen Lunn Becomes First Woman to Chair Australian Golf Industry Council

Karen Lunn has made history by becoming the first-ever woman to chair the Australian Golf Industry Council. Lunn, who is also Chief Executive of the WPGA Tour Australasia, was elected this week to the role. She replaces Gavin Kirkman, Chief Executive of the PGA of Australia, who served two terms over four years at the helm of the all-encompassing industry body. “I’m very honoured,” said Lunn today. “To represent the whole of…

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