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Steadfast announces changes to the COO position

Steadfast announces changes to the COO position

Steadfast Group Limited (‘Steadfast’) (ASX: SDF) today announced that Mr Cameron McCullagh has resigned as Chief Operating Officer to pursue other interests, effective 30 June 2014, and that Ms Dana Williams will be his replacement from 1 July 2014.

Mr McCullagh said “My three years at Steadfast have been exciting, challenging and rewarding. I believe the Group has tremendous potential and I will continue to follow Steadfast with much interest.”

Mr Robert Kelly, Managing Director & CEO, added “Cameron has been a key player to restructuring the Group, transforming it in particular into a consolidator of broking businesses. We wish him well.”

The Board and management are pleased that Dana will become the Chief Operating Officer.

Dana rejoined Steadfast in January 2014 as Executive General Manager – Acquisitions. She had previously worked for Steadfast in 2012, preparing the company for its ASX listing. In her role as COO, Dana will have responsibility for working with Steadfast equity brokers to further improve their operations as well as continue to focus on acquisitions.

Dana has 25 years’ experience, including 15 years in the insurance industry, working in brokerages, insurance and reinsurance, and underwriting agencies. She has previously held positions with international insurance brokerages, Hub International and Marsh. Dana holds a Bachelor of Engineering, an MBA and is a certified public accountant.

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