AMP has announced that Tony Brain and Cathy Doyle will join as independent non-executive directors of AMP Superannuation Limited and N.M. Superannuation Proprietary Limited, both of which govern AMP’s superannuation funds.
Mr Brain, a chartered accountant, spent 28 years at Deloitte Australia, including 12 as partner responsible for the provision of assurance and advisory services to clients in the superannuation industry.
He was also head of risk management at AustralianSuper for nearly three years and is currently a non-executive director on a number of boards and their committees, including the Company Auditors Disciplinary Board.
Ms Doyle has more than 25 years’ experience in the finance, superannuation and consumer services sectors, holding senior roles at McDonalds Australia, BNP Paribas, CBA, Qantas, NRMA and Perpetual, where she led the equities team, with responsibility for more than $16 billion in funds under management.
Ms Doyle has also served as a non-executive director in both listed and not-for-profit organisations, focusing on people and remuneration activities, as well as risk and audit committees.
“We’re delighted to welcome Cathy and Tony to the boards. Both have considerable experience in the superannuation industry and will help ensure AMP’s superannuation funds are governed in the best interests of our members,” said AMP Superannuation Limited chairman Rick Allert.
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