Following the completion of its executive search process, the Financial Services Council (FSC) Board has appointed Blake Briggs as Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Blake has been Acting CEO for the past 3 months and has worked at the FSC for 8 years in total as its Deputy CEO and as Senior Policy Manager for Superannuation. Blake was also previously the Head of Government and Industry Affairs for Wealth at Westpac.

FSC Chairman, David Bryant, President, Pacific Region and CEO of Mercer Australia, congratulated Blake on his appointment: “The FSC Board welcomes Blake to his new position. Blake has proven he is a strong leader for the FSC who has a commitment to the organisation’s mission of delivering a financially secure future for all Australians.”

“Under Blake’s policy leadership the FSC has been an advocate for reforms that will deliver a more competitive, efficient, and growing financial services sector that delivers high quality products to Australian consumers.”

FSC co-Chair, Jen Driscoll, CEO of AllianceBernstein Australia, added: “The FSC is a leading voice for the funds management, life insurance, financial advice, and superannuation sectors and under Blake’s stewardship we look forward to the FSC continuing to be a strong advocate for the industry.”

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Contact: Kylie Adoranti – 0423 715 955 – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

About the Financial Services Council The Financial Services Council (FSC) has over 100 members representing Australia's retail and wholesale funds management businesses, superannuation funds, life insurers, financial advisory networks and licensed trustee companies. The industry is responsible for investing almost $3 trillion on behalf of more than 15.6 million Australians. The pool of funds under management is larger than Australia’s GDP and the capitalisation of the Australian Securities Exchange and is the fourth largest pool of managed funds in the world.


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