AMP Capital has announced the head of its global infrastructure equity business will succeed the retiring CEO.
Boe Pahari will succeed Adam Tindall as chief executive of AMP Capital, effective 1 July.
Mr Pahari is currently AMP Capital’s global head of infrastructure equity and director, north-west region (UK, Europe and the Americas). He joined AMP Capital in 2010 and has led the development and global expansion of the infrastructure equity business and has been a “key driver” in AMP Capital’s growth over the past five years.
“With Adam’s decision to retire, we have sought to appoint a leader with a global view and track record for growth,” said AMP chief executive Francesco De Ferrari. “Boe has led the international expansion of our infrastructure equity business over the past six years, demonstrating his capability and strategic acumen.
“As incoming CEO, Boe’s mandate will be to continue to grow the business, capitalising on its strengths and the opportunities in infrastructure and real assets.”
Mr Pahari has over 25 years’ international experience in financial services, including roles with Citigroup, Commonwealth Bank, and 13 years with ABN AMRO in North America, Europe, and Asia. He is admitted as a solicitor in Sydney, and holds a bachelor of commerce and a bachelor of laws from the University of NSW and a master of laws from the University of Sydney.
“I’m honoured to have been appointed as CEO of AMP Capital and to be entrusted with the task of leading its continued growth,” Mr Pahari said. “We have substantial scope to expand globally, further leveraging our strengths, particularly in infrastructure and real assets.
“I’m firmly focused on ensuring AMP Capital maintains the unwavering commitment to clients it has had under Adam’s leadership, and continues to adapt to deliver the investment capabilities they need. I’m looking forward to getting started.”
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