When I sat down with Michael Dwyer in what would be his last interview before handing over the reins to Deanne Stewart, I must admit I was more than just a little curious. I was actually worried.
I have known Michael Dwyer for well over 20 years. In my 20s, I was one of the founders of The Fund Executive Association (FEAL) and Michael was the person Greg Bright and I first approached to help. Our vision was to start an educational and peer group learning industry body for superannuation CEOs.
Michael did of course help, and today that organisation is extremely important in educating and championing the executives of the biggest industry in Australia. It would never have happened however, without Michael Dwyer.
He is someone whose passion and energy is only equaled by his integrity and values. The kind of CEO you wish the Royal Commission had seen more of. His
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