NSW RSL boss resigns from national board
“I do not agree with the current direction being taken by RSL National.”
President of RSL NSW James Brown has resigned from his role as a director of the national RSL board.
His decision comes weeks after a NSW government inquiry into funds misuse within the NSW RSL wrapped up, and was triggered by his disagreement with governance issues within the RSL National.
“I do not agree with the current direction being taken by RSL National on a number of matters and I do not believe that the current approach of the RSL National board to such matters allows me to properly fulfil my obligations as a director,” Brown, the son-in-law of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, posted to Facebook on Wednesday.