AMP’s head of super is the latest executive to depart the embattled wealth giant.
Lara Bourguignon, AMP’s managing director for superannuation and CEO of SuperConcepts, has left the wealth giant for the greener pastures of consulting work. Ms Bourguignon will finish at the end of the year, with an AMP spokesperson wishing her “all the best as she prepares to take on her next role”.
“Lara has made an important contribution to AMP over the past two and a half years. She will finish at the end of the year before beginning a new career in consultancy,” the spokesperson told InvestorDaily.
“Ilaine Anderson, AMP managing director for workplace super, has been appointed as interim MD for super, retirement and platforms while a search is conducted for a permanent replacement. We have a committed, strong and experienced team who will continue to drive performance and momentum in transforming the business.”
Ms Bourguignon joined AMP in 2018 as a director of strategic marketing and customer experience after spending nine years at NAB, including as general manager for corporate super. Prior to that, Ms Bourguignon was head of investment control at MLC.
Her departure is another in a series for the wealth giant, which has also appointed a pair of industry fund alumni – Scott Hartley and David Atkin – to the top jobs at AMP Australia and AMP Capital following the ignominious departure of Alex Wade and demotion of Boe Pahari.
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