AMP Financial Services has finalised its corporate superannuation leadership team through a number of senior appointments.
AMP director of corporate super Libby Roy said the new additions will strengthen the AMP corporate super business during a time of significant regulatory change.
“Corporate Super is a core part of the AMP business and with the changes we are seeing across the industry it’s more important than ever to have a strong team in place to ensure we’re continuing to offer the right solution for employer groups, advisers and our customers,” Ms Roy said.
“Along with the introduction of MySuper, changing customer behaviour and technological change are driving a shift in this sector.
“This presents opportunities to look at new ways of doing business while at the same time maintaining our focus on delivering an attractive corporate superannuation offer for both new and existing customers.”
Ms Roy’s new team will consist of director, account management, Illaine Anderson; director, corporate development, Warwick Angus; director, field effectiveness, Angus Bishop; director, corporate super investments, Hilary Inglis; director, value proposition, Maria Loyez; and director, SME adviser business, Justin Morgan.
AMP said the roles will focus on “providing tailored support to clients from the SME market through to large corporate clients, relationship management, an ongoing focus on providing a strong investment offering and driving efficiencies within an environment of regulatory change.”
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