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|... health and wellbeing organisation has appointed a former ANZ executive as chair, taking over from David Atkin. Elizabeth Proust has over 30 years' experience in leadership roles and spent eight years at ANZ including four years as managing director of ...|
|... representation across the ASX 200 by the end of the year," AICD chairman and 30% Club steering committee member Elizabeth Proust then said.|
|... ASX200 companies were yet to appoint a woman, just five companies remain with all-male boards. AICD chairman Elizabeth Proust said the news is encouraging though only reflects the first two months of the year. "We'll need sustained momentum of this kind ...|
|... including global equities, credit and multi asset classes," Lloyd said. Perpetual also confirmed that board members Elizabeth Proust and Paul Brasher are retiring and being replaced by Ian Hammond and Nancy Fox.|
|... Dublin-based in-house international share fund manufacturing capability. In the company's remuneration report, Elizabeth Proust, chair of Perpetual's people and remuneration committee, detailed the fixed remuneration policy, which Proust said was determined ...|
|... ceremony at the Richmond branch in Melbourne alongside Victorian Treasurer Kim Wells, from the Liberal party. Elizabeth Proust, chair of the new Bank of Melbourne board was also present to help the celebrations.|
|... $26 million had been spent to date. Peter Lock has been appointed as Bank of Melbourne chief operating officer. Elizabeth Proust will be chairman, joined on the board by Carol Schwartz, Peter Hawkins, Rob Chapman and Scott Tanner. Bank of Melbourne is ...|
|... their board to replace three directors who announced their retirement at the company's AGM in October last year. Elizabeth Proust, former managing director of Esanda, ANZ, joins the seven existing board members of Perpetual which has been led by chairman ...|
According to analysis from Openmarkets Group, on average Baby Boomers and Generation X are making money on meme stocks, while Millennials are losing money.
The chief executive of a soon-to-merge industry super fund has announced he will not seek a role within the merged fund.
Life insurer TAL launched three new offerings that aim to address fairness and sustainability of income protection products.
AMP Capital made two key appointments to its real estate team and infrastructure equity business.
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