Graeme Colley joins SuperConcepts in SMSF technical role

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SuperConcepts, Graeme Colley, Executive Manager for SMSF Technical & Private Wealth, SMSF Association, Peter BurgessSuperConcepts has announced the appointment of Graeme Colley as Executive Manager for SMSF Technical & Private Wealth.

Mr Colley resigned as Director of Technical and Professional Standards for the SMSF Association in April.

“The new role continues SuperConcepts’ commitment to providing SMSF customers with a leading technical and education service, and forms part of the existing team of industry-leading technical experts, led by General Manager Technical and Education Services, Peter Burgess,” said a statement by SuperConcepts, announcing the appointment. Peter Burgess was formerly the Technical Director for SPAA, now know as the SMSF Association.

“Graeme has more than 30 years’ experience relating to taxation and superannuation, having held senior roles in the Australian Taxation Office and as an Assistant Commissioner of the Insurance and Superannuation Commission.”

SuperConcepts CEO, Natasha Fenech, said the appointment “reflects the importance of providing customers with quality education, knowledge and insights within the SMSF sector”.

“Graeme is a well-known figure in the SMSF community with a long-standing reputation as an accomplished SMSF educator, technical expert and advocate for the sector,” she said.

“Graeme’s appointment adds considerable strength and capacity to our technical team, which already includes some of the industry’s leading technical experts and SMSF educators.”

“Providing SMSF advice is an area which requires specialist knowledge. We believe providing a market-leading SMSF service is about quality administration and software, and also about providing access to technical knowledge and insights through our technical experts and professional development events.”

Mr Colley will join SuperConcepts on the 5th of September, and will “support new technical services to be launched in the coming months”.

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