A former big four chief has been enlisted at specialist boutique Impact Investment Group, as its boss is set to depart.
Daniel Madhavan is stepping down from his role as chief executive of Impact Investment Group, after three and a half years at the helm.
Andrew Thorburn, former NAB Group CEO and Bank of New Zealand chief, will join the ethical investment house owned by the family office of Berry Liberman and husband Danny Almagor, as a part-time executive during the transition period.
Mr Almagor will also become executive chair. He stated Mr Madhavan had signalled his intentions to leave the group late last year.
The company has engaged Sayers Group to provide strategic advice.
Following his term with NAB, Mr Thorburn has taken on a number of roles. He has been a director with climate fintech ATMOS Financial, a senior adviser for Boston Consulting Group, chair for vocational training provider Catalyst Education and executive director for another social impact investment firm, For Purpose Investment Partners.
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