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|... harassment from female colleagues and sparked an exodus of several executives . But former AMP Capital chief executive Boe Pahari still remains employed by the company and receives substantial pay cheques . De Ferrari will receive $300,000 for his work ...|
|... Management. Key executives have faced claims of sexual harassment from female colleagues. Former AMP Capital chief executive Boe Pahari eventually apologised, but still remained employed by the company and received substantial pay cheques. Allan Gray ...|
|... widely reported case of AMP handling a sexual harassment claim against AMP Capital global head and managing partner Boe Pahari and his subsequent promotion as an example. Frontier director of sector research Paul Newfield said "higher hurdles" will be ...|
|AMP has reported the extent of the remuneration awarded to former AMP Capital boss Boe Pahari in the 53 days he led the business. As outlined in AMP's annual report, Pahari was paid $376,000 in cash payments and was awarded an additional $937,724 ...|
|... take over its leadership. De Ferrari assumed direct leadership of AMP Capital in August 2020 after its chief executive Boe Pahari departed amid sexual harassment claims . In December last year, former Cbus chief executive David Atkin was appointed deputy ...|
|... services has come to the fore, with this just the latest in a slew of high-profile cases to go public. Last year saw Boe Pahari step down as chief executive of AMP Capital after a former colleague claimed he sexually harassed her. The fact that AMP was ...|
|... chair Daniel Crennan elected to leave . At AMP, a serious sexual harrassment allegation saw AMP Capital chief executive Boe Pahari step down , though he stayed with the company. QBE's chief executive also had to leave after a complaint . Then there ...|
|... with Cbus ). He joins AMP Capital at a time when it faces a cultural fallout from harassment claims against executive Boe Pahari , backlash from institutional investors including industry funds, and an unsolicited acquisition offer from US manager Ares ...|
|... latter this year. Their late August resignations followed revelations of harassment claims against AMP Capital boss Boe Pahari. Kristen Le Mesurier, who managed the AMP Capital Ethical Leaders funds also resigned at the same time and has since joined ...|
|... Senator said she was disturbed after hearing of the alleged harassment suffered by Julia Szlakowski when working with Boe Pahari . "She gave a truly horrifying recount of her experience at one of the biggest companies in the country that is critical ...|
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