A raft of leadership changes have been announced at AMP Capital, including the creation of a new global head of infrastructure equity role.
Boe Pahari, currently head of infrastructure for Europe and the Americas, has been appointed to the new role.
Mr Pahari will also assume responsibility for the Australian and Indian infrastructure equity teams, according to a statement by AMP Capital.
Separately, global head of infrastructure debt Andrew Jones has been promoted to the AMP Capital leadership team "in recognition of the growth of the infrastructure debt business".
The result of the changes is that the Australian-based role of global head of infrastructure will be made redundant, which means Scott Davies (who currently holds the role) will leave AMP Capital by the end of 2014.
AMP Capital chief executive Stephen Dunne said the company is investing in the areas where it sees the greatest opportunities to support its growth.
In addition, AMP Capital director, international, Anthony Fasso will head up the global product team; and chief operating officer Sharon Davis will become director for Australia and New Zealand.
AMP Capital general counsel Prue Milne will take a "career break" after 16 years of service, stepping down in February 2015, according to the company.
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