The Honourable Alan Goldberg AO QC

Alan Goldberg served as a Judge of the Federal Court of Australia from 1997 to 2010, when he returned to practice at the Victorian Bar

Mr Goldberg signed the Bar roll in 1965 and was appointed Queens Counsel in 1978.  His commercial and public law practice focusing on administrative, constitutional, equity, commercial, corporate and trade practices law.  He was the founding President of the Commercial Bar Association of Victoria.

In 1997 he was appointed Judge of the Federal Court of Australia.  In 1998 Mr Goldberg was appointed Deputy President and then President in 2003 of the Australian Competition Tribunal.

Mr Goldberg was President of the Victorian Council for Civil Liberties (now Liberty Victoria).  He has been the Deputy Chairman of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and is on the board of TarraWarra Museum of Modern Art.

In 2005 Mr Goldberg was appointed an Officer in the general division of the Order of Australia for his service to the judiciary, particularly in the areas of competition law and equity, and to the community as a contributor to debate on human rights and civil liberties, and as a supporter of the arts

Jeremy Cooper LLB (Hons), SF Fin, FAICD

Currently Chairman, Retirement Income at Challenger Limited since November 2010.

Previously Chair of the 2009-10 Review into the Governance, Efficiency, Structure and Operation of Australia's Superannuation System (Super System Review).

Former Deputy Chairman of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).  While at ASIC, Mr Cooper had oversight responsibility across a range of ASIC's teams in the financial services sector, including superannuation, financial advisers and consumers and retail investors.

Prior to his appointment to ASIC he was a partner of an Australian law firm, now Ashurst Australia, where he worked principally in the area of mergers and acquisitions and corporate advice for 20 years.

Mr Cooper has been a member of the Corporations Committee of the Business Law Section of the Law Council of Australia since 1995 and is a regular speaker on corporate law and financial services issues.

Mr Cooper is a senior fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (Finsia) and a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Ross Jones

Deputy Chairman and Member of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), first appointed in July 2003 and whose term is to expire on 30 June 2013.  Within APRA he took principal responsibility for superannuation and private pensions and chaired APRA's Enforcement Committee.

Mr Jones is also President of the International Organisation of Pension Supervisors, a group whose members include pension supervisors and regulators from more than 70 countries.

Mr Jones is also Vice Chairman of the OECD Working Party on Private Pensions and was a member of the Singapore Central Provident Fund Advisory Panel.

Prior to joining APRA, Mr Jones was a Commissioner of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.  He was also an Associate Professor in the School of Finance and Economics at the University of Technology, Sydney.

Elana Rubin

Ms Rubin has recently been appointed a non-executive director of National Wealth Management Holdings (NWMH) which operates as a subsidiary of National Australia Bank.

Former Director of TAL (previously Tower) the life insurance specialist from 2007 to 2013, Ms Rubin is currently a Director of Mirvac.

Prior to her appointment to NWMH, Ms Rubin was Chair of AustralianSuper for six years and was Director of AustralianSuper since 2006, when it was established, and was a Director of the Australian Retirement Fund from 1992 to 2006.

In addition to her role as a Director of Australian Retirement Fund, Ms Rubin also managed the Fund's investment program as the Executive Director - Investments. Ms Rubin was also an AustralianSuper nominated Director on the Board of Industry Super Property Trust (an unlisted property trust with $8 billion in assets) for fifteen years to 2012.

Steve Tucker

Mr Steve Tucker was the Chief Executive Officer of MLC for nine years, and served for 25 years with MLC and NAB.

Mr Tucker was appointed CEO of MLC in 2004.  He joined MLC in 1988 and held a number of senior roles including heading up MLC's Retail Investments business and leading MLC's Advice businesses, where he was responsible for MLC's partnership with financial advisers.

Mr Tucker was a director on a number of NAB company boards.  He was also a director on the Financial Services Council Board, a Member of the FPA, a Fellow of Finsia and a Senior Associate of the ABA.