AMP Capital CEO to step down

Posted by Anton Murray Consulting on 25 May, 2015

AMP Capital chief executive Stephen Dunne will retire from the role after 12 years at the helm.

In a statement to the ASX, parent company AMP announced that Mr Dunne will depart the $160 billion fund manager later this year.

AMP CEO Craig Meller paid tribute to Mr Dunne and his “substantial contribution” to AMP since joining in 1994.

A global search is now underway for a replacement, the statement said.


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