New Director for Prime Super
The independent, profit-to-members superannuation fund Prime Super has appointed a new director, Allison Harker, to its board.
Allison has been nominated as a director by the National Farmers' Federation (NFF) for her extensive experience in primary industry, government and financial services. She previously held roles in financial services in Australia, UK and Asia, and prior to returning to Australia, she was a director at Merrill Lynch/Bank of America based in Hong Kong. Allison is currently a partner in her family's mixed farming business in Yass, NSW, a board chair and director.
"I am delighted to join the board of Prime Super and look forward to helping build the retirement savings of thousands of Australians," said Allison.
Allison was part of the NFF Diversity in Leadership program last year and awarded a scholarship to the Australian Rural Leadership Program in 2017.
Prime Super chair, Nigel Alexander, believes Allison will make a valuable contribution to the board.
"With her strong financial background, primary industry experience and previous roles with community and government organisations, Allison is a great addition to the board," said Nigel.
"I look forward to working with her."
Prime Super delivered a return at 30 June 2020 above the industry average for its MySuper product.