Perpetual has made two key appointments to its executive leadership team, including a former Macquarie executive.
Sam Mosse is taking on the newly-created role of chief risk officer.
She has previously worked as Macquarie Funds Group's and KPMG's head of compliance and operational risk. She has also held the role of Macquarie Group's head of deal management in a 23-year-long career.
In her most recent role, she was Janus Henderson's head of pan-Asia risk and compliance and interim global head of enterprise risk.
Perpetual has also promoted Richard McCarthy to the group executive of Perpetual Corporate Trust, replacing Chris Green who moved into the chief financial officer role this year.
McCarthy started on December 1 and Mosse will start on February 19.
Perpetual managing director and chief executive officer Rob Adams said this reshaping of the executive leadership team recognises strong internal talent and also brings in fresh perspectives via the risk leadership position which he has elevated.
"I'm pleased to be promoting Richard from the corporate trust leadership team to the executive team, recognising his broader leadership capability with a particular emphasis on client focused digital innovation," Adams said.
"I am delighted Sam Mosse is joining Perpetual in the newly created chief risk officer role. Sam will lead our strategies for continuing to ensure risk is embedded within strategic and day-to-day decision making. To ensure optimal client and business outcomes, I considered it essential to have this position at the executive table."