After four and a half years at the helm of Incolink, Australia’s largest approved worker entitlement fund, CEO Dan O’Brien has resigned to take up a position with the Victorian Government.
Dan will still be within the building and construction industry taking a leading role in the Victorian Government’s effort to remove the flammable cladding impacting Victoria’s apartments and town houses.
As CEO of Incolink Dan has led a major oganisational revamp branding, refocusing and introducing new systems and services for over 82,000 worker and employer members.
Amongst a range of achievements Dan has led a dedicated team that has:
- Development new digital payments processing capability – with now over 65 per cent of claims being handled digitally
- Introduced a range of initiatives that will improve payment compliance and reduce fraudulent behaviour
- Delivered annual average investment returns of greater than 7.5 per cent
- Designed and deployed the highly successful Bluehats Suicide Prevention Program
- Formed a partnership with the Australian Prostate Centre to deliver the recently launched Incolink Bus – a mobile health check program purpose built for the construction industry
Dan’s dedication to the task and leadership of a great team has put Incolink in a terrific position to succeed long into the future.
The Incolink Board of Trustees thank Dan for his efforts and wish him much success in his next challenge.
Dan will finish up by the end of July. The process to recruit a new CEO is under way and Niall Keane (CFO) and Tri Duc Nguyen (General -Counsel) will be joint CEO until recruitment is finalised.