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State Trustees appoints CEO
The Board of State Trustees is pleased to announce that John Velegrinis will be the Chief Executive Officer of State Trustees, effective 16 August 2021.
State Trustees CEO Matt Carrick will be taking on a temporary 12-month role as interim CEO at V/Line, the government-owned regional passenger rail service.
Keeping our people safe while delivering essential services
At State Trustees we now have 95% of our workforce working from home. Carla Khoo who works in our client first team has written about her personal experience of how we moved to working from home.
State Trustees makes submission to Royal Commission into Aged Care
State Trustees Victoria and the Public Trustee and Guardian of the Australian Capital Territory have made a joint submission to the Royal Commission into Aged Care. Both The joint submission makes several recommendations.
1 July 2019 price changes explained
Every year at State Trustees we conduct a review of our pricing to ensure it remains fair and equitable. As the state trustee for Victoria, we want Victorians to access our services when they need it most.
Victorian Ombudsman Report
Today the Victorian Ombudsman published the report of her investigation into State Trustees’ performance in administering the financial affairs of clients with a disability.
Matt Carrick to be State Trustees new CEO
The Board of State Trustees is pleased to announce that Matt Carrick will be the new Chief Executive Officer of State Trustees.
State Trustees Announces Great Value in New Fee Structure
State Trustees has launched a fairer, new pricing structure for many of its services including Powers of Attorney and Financial Administration.
State Trustees Supports Recommendations on Financial Elder Abuse by Royal Commission into Family Violence
State Trustees announced its support of the findings of the Royal Commission into Family Violence released today, specifically applauding its recommendations on the identification and prevention of financial elder abuse, which is a form of violence or exploitation committed against Australia’s elderly, often perpetrated by family members.
State Trustees Welcomes New Protections for Victoria’s Most Vulnerable
State Trustees has welcomed a new Bill introduced in Victorian Parliament last week, which will help protect some of Victoria’s most vulnerable residents from unscrupulous rooming house operators.
Chair for State Trustees Announced
State Trustees Limited has today announced the appointment of The Honourable Jennifer Acton as its Chair with effect from 1 December 2015.
New Powers of Attorney Legislation is a game-changer for Victoria’s most vulnerable
State Trustees has applauded the new Powers of Attorney legislation that commenced in Victoria on 1 September 2015, which will make it easier to protect vulnerable members of society from instances of financial abuse.
State Trustees Celebrates First Anniversary In New Footscray Home
On Tuesday 21 July, State Trustees will celebrate its first anniversary at the new state-of-the-art building at 1 McNab Avenue in Footscray, with an official opening event attended by the Victorian Treasurer, Tim Pallas MP.
Interim Chair for State Trustees Announced
State Trustees Limited has announced the interim appointment of Sue O’Connor as its Chair effective 1 July 2015 following the resignation of current Chair and Director Dino Georgiou.
State Trustees calls for law reform to protect Will-makers’ wishes
State Trustees, Victoria’s statutory trustee organisation, has called for reform of legislation dealing with Wills after a ruling in the State’s Supreme Court today that a deceased estate should be distributed in accordance with the rules of intestacy following a defensive homicide ruling.
State Trustees welcomes new home
State Trustees has relocated office from Exhibition Street in Melbourne to Footscray.
Nearly $200k reclaimed for vulnerable client
State Trustees has welcomed a County Court ruling ordering a family member who misappropriated funds from his dependent brother to repay more than $186,000.