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Class appoints Gary Cox as Class general manager
Sat, 6th Aug 2022
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The company has appointed four general managers to its leadership team as part of its new operating model designed to deliver greater focus on customer propositions and outcomes.

Gary Cox, previously business services head, has been appointed Class general manager, responsible for the delivery of customer service excellence across the Class suite of products: Class Super, Class Portfolio and Class Trust.

Tracy Williams, previously the company's operations head, has been appointed NowInfinity general manager to focus on the delivery of and accountability for customer support and solutions.

Tom Sargent, previously the company's technical services head, has been appointed to the role of Data/HUBconnect general manager to develop and deliver data solutions that will enable efficiency and growth for the company's business partners and support the delivery of HUBconnect offers in market.

Jo Hurley joins Class as growth general manager, leading a team that will focus on supporting the company's current customers and partners and as well building relationships and propositions for new customer segments. Hurley is a highly respected SMSF expert and entrepreneur with deep experience and well-established SMSF industry relationships.

Panos Alexandratos, who has played a key role in the leadership team at Class for the last eight years, will continue to drive the development and delivery of Class's suite of products and services in his role as chief solutions officer.

"The new appointments will position our business and our people to deliver on our strategy, including focussing on our core SMSF capabilities and enhancing our market-leading solutions," Class CEO Tim Steele says.

"We will be working closely with our colleagues at HUB24 to develop innovative solutions that deliver great outcomes for our customers and collaborating with industry partners to grow the SMSF market."