AMP Limited today announces Andrea Slattery will join the Board as a Non-Executive Director, effective 15 February 2019, subject to usual pre-appointment processes.
Ms Slattery brings substantial experience from 14 years as a Managing Director and CEO in financial services as well as serving on high-profile board and advisory committees for listed companies and in the commercial, government and not-for-profit sectors for the past 11 years. She has 26 years’ experience in financial services, superannuation and retirement including establishing and leading the SMSF Association, which is the independent, professional body representing Australia's self-managed super fund sector.
Ms Slattery is currently a Non-Executive Director at Clean Energy Finance Corporation, Argo Global Listed Infrastructure and the South Australia Cricket Association.
AMP Chairman David Murray said:
“Andrea’s considerable experience in financial services as a business leader, non-executive director and an expert in change brings a strong mix of skills to the AMP board.
“Andrea has built trusted relations with government, industry and consumers, and been a strong advocate for the self-managed superannuation industry, and financial services in general. Andrea’s insights into financial advice, wealth management and superannuation will be very valuable to AMP as we continue to simplify and reset our business.”
Andrea Slattery biography
Andrea Slattery has 26 years’ experience in strategy, governance, culture, entrepreneurship and transformational change as a non-executive director, managing director, adviser and business owner. She has worked at the University of South Australia, as a financial adviser and has run her own consulting and advisory business. For 14 years, she was the Managing Director and CEO of the SMSF Association, which she co-founded.
Ms Slattery’s non-executive director appointments include Clean Energy Finance Corporation, Argo Global Listed Infrastructure, the South Australia Cricket Association, and the Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board (as of 1 July 2019). Her advisory appointments include the Australian Government’s Innovation and Investment Partnership and Peak Superannuation Advisory Group, the Australian Treasury’s Industry Consensus Working Group and the Adelaide University International Centre for Financial Services.
She holds a Masters in Commerce from the University of South Australia, and designations including SMSF Specialist Advisor, a Fellow of the Australian institute of Company Directors, a CPA and CPA Financial Planning Specialist.
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