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Sue Everingham is a consultant in the financial services team based in Sydney.
Sue focuses on all aspects of superannuation from constituent documents, insurance and investment arrangements through to benefit design and member communication. Her special interest is in corporate and prudential governance from the Board room through to the Prudential Policies and from Risk Management through to compliance.
Sue has over 25 years' experience in the financial services industry practising in Australia and in the US. She has private practice experience as well as leading in-house legal teams at Mercer and at CBA. Sue specialises in superannuation and has a Masters of Taxation, is CPA qualified and completed a Diploma with the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) in 2004.
Sue's goal is to help clients identify their need for legal advice and provide the advice that meets their needs. Good communication skills help Sue understand a client's requirements and business acumen helps her position client needs within the relevant context. The extent of Sue's experience supports her delivery of legal advice in a commercial and practical format.
- Bachelor of Economics - Bachelor of Laws, Macquarie University (1983)
- Master of Laws, Tax, Sydney University (1991)
- High Court of Australia 1989
- Supreme Court of Australian Capital Territory 1989
- Supreme Court of New South Wales 1989
- Superannuation fund trustee - Investment Strategy review including advice on corporate structuring
- Global fund manager - Risk Management Policy review for responsible entity of a global fund manager for compliance with local Australian regulatory guidance
- Insurance client - life insurance policy drafting for large life insurance client
- Insurance in Superannuation - The Latest Developments for Fund Trustees
- Superannuation Governance - A duty to innovate
- Presenter - Henry Davis York Insurance Year in Review - Sydney - November 2016
- Presenter - BT - Insurance in Superannuation - September 2016
- Law Society NSW
- Directors Institute
- Women in Super
- Women on Boards