Bennelong names new global CEO

Posted by Anton Murray Consulting on 15 Jan, 2023


Bennelong Funds Management has announced the appointment of John Burke as its new global CEO, succeeding Craig Bingham who will depart after eight years. Mr Burke was previously the global head of Fidante Partners. Described by Bennelong as a proven growth leader with broad global experience, he has previously held roles at Mercer, AllianceBernstein and Deutsche Bank and also established Challenger Investment Solutions. 

“We are delighted to welcome John as our new CEO,” said Bennelong chairman Michael Dwyer. “He brings leadership strength in his track record as well as extensive knowledge of the funds management sector and will be a pivotal part of the next stage of our growth ambitions.” Commenting on his appointment, Mr Burke said that he was attracted to the role due to Bennelong’s reputation for delivering quality investment products to its customers. 

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