TAL hires former AMP, Macquarie execs

TAL hires former AMP, Macquarie execs

Life insurance provider TAL has named former executives from AMP and Macquarie to fill two newly created roles within its executive team.


TAL has appointed current Macquarie Bank head of wealth products and platforms Justin Delaney to the new role of chief operating officer.

Along with Mr Delaney, former AMP executive Anne Clarke has been appointed to the role of chief general counsel.

According to the life insurer, Mr Delaney will be responsible for all of TAL’s core life insurance commercial outcome, product manufacturing, and customer and partner services.

Ms Clarke will be responsible for representing TAL externally to support the group’s engagement and contribution to the industry and regulatory agendas.

Commenting on the appointments, TAL Group chief executive Brett Clark said they are “important to the successful execution of the group’s business strategy”.

“Justin is a very experienced senior wealth management and life insurance executive, with strong experience in operations, strategy, value creation and building organisations to deliver efficient, well-designed products and service capabilities,” Mr Clark said.

“Anne is a very experienced senior wealth management lawyer and is highly regarded in the industry for both her technical skill and her ability to operate and communicate at senior executive, board and regulator levels.”

Ms Clarke will join TAL on 28 September while Mr Delaney will begin on 6 October.

 

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