Link Group has appointed Jane Morwick to the role of general manager of services and transformation for its retirement and superannuation division.
Morwick would be responsible for delivering superannuation solutions for its 10 million superannuation account holders and would lead Link’s digital transformation.
"This part of the business plays such a critical role in engaging with members across multiple funds, and its ongoing success is based on the work you do every day in successfully engaging and supporting the member base," she said.
Morwick joined from AGL Energy where she worked as general manager of customer channels and marketing and had previously worked in senior positions at Australia Post, Shell, and ExxonMobil.
Dee McGrath, chief executive of the retirement and superannuation solutions business, said the appointment would address increasing regulation and enhance member experience.
“Jane is a great fit with our leadership's open and collaborative culture, and she also personifies our core values of teamwork, client first and agility,” McGrath said.
Industry merger activity had led to revenue for Link’s retirement and superannuation solutions (RSS) business declining 2.3% in 1HFY22.
Link Group was working with LC Financial Holdings in respect to its proposal to acquire Link Group’s banking and credit management business and was considering The Carlyle Group’s $2.88 billion proposal to buy Link’s shares for $3 each.