Industry super fund Rest has appointed Kulwant Singh-Pangly as chief financial officer (CFO) and will lead the team responsible for financial management and strategy, and taxation.
The appointment followed the separation of Rest’s finance, and people and change functions as a result of the retirement of Trevor Evans, group executive, in August.
Amy Murrell had commenced as the new general manager – people and culture to lead human resources, culture, learning and development and change management.
Singh-Pangly had more than 25 years’ experience across the investment management, superannuation, insurance and banking industries, including five years as CFO at QSuper.
He worked for QSuper from 2011 to 2019 and was CFO from 2014 and was head of taxation services before that.
Singh-Pangly had also held roles with AMP Group, Clayton Utz and Deloitte.
He would join in June, splitting time with the Sydney office and working from home in Northern NSW.
Vicki Doyle, Rest chief executive, said Kulwant had a wealth of experience across the broader financial services industry, particularly in the financial management of a large-scale superannuation fund.
“His leadership qualities and strategic expertise will be a valuable addition to Rest’s Executive Leadership Team as we continue to help our members achieve their personal best retirement outcome,” Doyle said.