Local Government Super appoints third Independent Director
13 January 2020
Local Government Super (LGS) has announced the appointment of Claudia Bels to the LGS board, effective today. Ms Bels is the third independent non-executive director to join as part of recent changes to broaden the diversity, and strengthen specific skills on the LGS Board.
Ms Bels is an experienced non-executive director and committee chair across a wide variety of member-based, private and government organisations including CBHS Corporate Health, Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform, Australian Settlements Limited, Australian Physiotherapy Council and the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission.
LGS Chair, Kyle Loades said: “Claudia brings to the board an impressive track record in law, finance and risk management as well as broad international commercial expertise. She also has extensive experience in strategic leadership across a range of diverse issues including corporate turnarounds, cultural change and engagement with regulators.”
Ms Bels joins recently appointed independent Chair, Kyle Loades, independent Director, Sandi Orleow, and new Chief Executive Officer, Phil Stockwell, as the LGS Board and the leadership team continues to position the super fund to deliver enhanced value and long-term growth for its members.