Former ISI chief executive dies

Former Investment Savings and Insurance Association chief executive Vance Arkinstall has died.

Wednesday, March 6th 2019, 9:00AM 1 Comment

Vance Arkinstall

The 73-year-old was at the helm of the association, the precursor to the Financial Services Council, for 10 years until 2010. He was a key voice in the debate around the implementation of the first stage of regulation, including adviser registration and anti-fraud measures.

The former head of Norwich Union stepped down from the role as he prepared to fight charges over the failure of Dominion Finance Group.

He was a director of the finance company, which was placed in receivership in 2008 owing $176.9 million.

He was later found guilty and served a sentence of home detention.

Arkinstall was remembered by his family as someone who brought laughter and love into their lives.

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On 7 March 2019 at 8:35 am Bernard McCrea said:
This is sad news. Vance was a good industry leader in his time with ISI. He had good insights into the insurance industry and was always helpful to work with. He freely gave you good advice and genuinely cared about the industry. I knew he loved all his family and will be missed by many. Bernard

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