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Equity Trustees Managing Director Mick O'Brien
speaks with EL&C Baillieu

In a three part video series Mick O'Brien speaks about the history, heritage and the nature of the business model of Equity Trustees.

Part 1 - History and heritage of Equity Trustees

History and heritage are important for any business, but for a trust company they are crucial. To understand EQT Holdings, we believe it is important to understand where the company has come from and the sort of community impact it is having.

In this video Mick O’Brien, Managing Director of EQT Holdings, explains how the heritage very much informs the culture and strategy of the business today.

EQT Holdings (known as Equity Trustees) operates in Australia’s financial services sector and provides trustee services to charities, investments funds, corporations, and individuals. The company was established in 1888 as an independent Trustee and Executor provider.

Watch Part 1 History and heritage of Equity Trustees.

Part 2 - The economics of the Equity Trustees Business

In part two of this Equity Insight video series, EL&C Baillieu profile Equity Trustees. Featuring interviews with Managing Director Mick O’Brien, explaining the economics of the Equity Trustees business, the reasons for its recent turnaround and the strategy for growth moving forward.

At the end of the profile, EL&C Baillieu discuss the key considerations in formulating their investment view.

Watch Part 2 The economics of the Equity Trustees Business

Part 3 - Opportunities in Superannuation for Equity Trustees

This third and final part of this EL&C Baillieu Equity Insight video series, looks at the potential opportunities for Equity Trustees in superannuation.

The Financial Services Royal Commission has seen a renewed importance placed on the role of trustee in looking after superannuation fund members. Equity Trustees is an independent provider of trustee services with a successful, long term track record and has been investing in this area. 

This video explains Equity Trustees superannuation business, explores the potential opportunities and features interviews with Managing Director Mick O’Brien and Chief Financial Officer Philip Gentry

Watch Part 3 Opportunities in superannuation for Equity Trustees