SuperRatings CEO, Adam Gee resigns

SuperRatings chief executive, Adam Gee, has resigned and will be moving to back to KPMG.

Money Management’s sister publication, Super Review has confirmed that Gee, who joined SuperRatings in 2013, would be returning to KPMG as a partner within the next month or so.

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Gee, who joined SuperRatings as head of consulting and was promoted to chief executive in 2014, previously worked at KPMG for 11 years prior to which he was employed at Colonial First State and AMP.

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