Centrepoint Alliance has appointed a former Macquarie Private Wealth chief financial officer and UBS national strategy head as its new CFO.
Brendan Glass is set to commence in the role with the wealth group in early June.
Mr Glass had previously served as national head of strategy and NSW desk head for UBS Wealth Management between 2011 and 2016.
Prior to that, he was divisional CFO for Macquarie Private Wealth from 2007 to 2011.
Centrepoint chief executive Angus Benbow said Mr Glass brings a “blend of capabilities and experience” suited to the business, as it focuses on growth opportunities.
“Brendan understands the drivers of value for adviser groups, having led some of Australia’s highest-profile financial advice teams over the past decade,” Mr Benbow said.
“He also brings a track record of delivering successful outcomes for shareholders by driving organic and M&A-led growth while optimising capital management for businesses across a range of sectors.”
Mr Glass most recently held CFO and interim advisory roles across groups such as precious metals services company Pallion, integrated horse breeding and racing business Aquis Farm and auto body repair conglomerate Strategic Collision Repair Group.
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