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Posted 6 Apr '17

APA (NSW) Member Update – D&D Vote Reminder

APA (NSW) Member Update

D&D Vote Reminder

Friday 7 April 2017

Dear Member,

We are fast approaching the halfway point for the vote to determine the benefits of the new D&D scheme. APA (NSW) again ask members not to rush a decision, you have more than a week to cast your vote, please take the time to review the member information pack, compare options with the current market and seek financial advice if required before making your decision. The member information pack is an extensive document that has been prepared via consultation with APA (NSW) delegates from across the State. If any questions remain unanswered, please contact your local delegate or the APA (NSW) office. 

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank those that have been working hard behind the scenes:

Should members need additional clarification about the process over the past few years that has led to this point, please contact the APA (NSW) office.

The outcome of this vote will have an impact on all our colleagues, it is therefore important you make an informed choice.

Regards,

APA (NSW) Executive

Your Choice, Your Voice

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APA (NSW) members can communicate with each other in the APA (NSW) forum

A printable copy of this update may be found here

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