Mark Vaughan becomes QMV managing director

Superannuation consulting and technology firm QMV has appointed industry veteran and company founder, Mark Vaughan as managing director.

The company announced the changes today, with Vaughan succeeding fellow company founder, Michael Quinn who had held the managing director role since March 2014.

QMV was founded in 2008 by Quinn, Vaughan and Stephen Mahoney.

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Commenting on the change, Quinn said QMV was moving through a significant period of change and growth, including an expansion into the Sydney market, and it was decided that now was the right time for a change in leadership.

“As our business enters its next phase of strategic growth and expansion into new markets, it makes sense to bring in a new leader with fresh ideas.”

Quinn will continue as a director of the business and work closely on QMV’s expansion into Sydney.

Vaughan has over 17 years’ experience in the financial services industry having provided consulting services to organisations including National Australia Bank (NAB), Link Group, Mercer, UniSuper and First State Super.

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