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|... initial matter in 2017 was overseen by former AMP Capital chief executive Adam Tindall, then-AMP Capital chair Vanessa Wallace and former AMP chief executive Craig Meller. The board of AMP at the time was also informed, AMP said. The current board was ...|
|... overseer and former CBA chief executive David Murray replaces Brenner in July. Three directors, Patty Akopiantz, Vanessa Wallace and Holly Kramer recently resigned from the AMP board. Akopiantz will stay on until the end of 2018. Wallace, who also served ...|
|AMP Capital has named Vanessa Wallace's successor a month after she resigned as the board chair. Wallace is being replaced by the chair of AMP's responsible entity and trustee boards, John Nesbitt. Nesbitt was previously Suncorp Bank's chief ...|
|... directors have chosen to resign from AMP's board. While Patty Akopiantz will serve until the end of the year, Vanessa Wallace and Holly Kramer will step down from the board ahead of AMP's annual general meeting. Wallace will also resign as chair of AMP ...|
|... Office of National Assessments. He is also the University of Queensland's chancellor. AMP Capital Holdings chair Vanessa Wallace said: "Peter's deep knowledge and broad set of skills will be a valuable addition to the AMP Capital Holdings board as the ...|
|... has been a director of AMP Capital since February 2008 and chairman since March 2009. Stepping into the role is Vanessa Wallace, a non-executive director of AMP Limited and Wesfarmers. She has consulted to the financial services sector across the Asia ...|
|... and AMP Bank chair Paul Fegan will retire from his positions. In his stead, Wesfarmers non-executive director Vanessa Wallace will join the AMP board on March 1, 2016. Wallace has also held positions at Booz & Company, and became executive chair of Japan ...|
BNP Paribas Asset Management promoted from within to fill the role of head of wholesale distribution for Australia and New Zealand.
One billion people will own some form of cryptocurrency by the end of 2022, new research suggests.
ASIC is proposing to overhaul the naming conventions of exchange-traded products so that the names are "true to label".
GPT Group (GPT) has announced today changes to its leadership team and adjustments to its organisational structure.
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