AMP Capital has announced a series of changes among its senior ranks with two executives taking on new roles while its infrastructure team has been restructured causing the departure of another senior staffer.
AMP Capital Director, International Anthony Fasso will move to head up the group's global product team while continuing to focus on international opportunities while AMP Capital's chief operating officer Sharon Davis will become Director for Australia and New Zealand. In this role Davis will be responsibile for the Australian client teams, New Zealand operations and a new global marketing and communications capability while also retaining responsibility for the investment services areas.
The current Head of Infrastructure - Europe and the Americas, Boe Pahari, has been appointed to a new London based roles, joining the AMP Capital leadership team as Global Head of Infrastructure Equity while Andrew Jones, Global Head of Infrastructure Debt, has also been promoted to the leadership team following growth in the infrastructure debt business.
As a result of the changes in the infrastructure team Scott Davies, who holds the Australia-based role of Global Head of Infrastructure, will leave AMP Capital by the end of the year after his role is incorporated into other areas of the business.
Also leaving AMP Capital is the group's Executive General Counsel Prue Milne who will conclude 16 years with the group in February 2015 and will be replaced by AMP Capital Senior Legal Counsel Yen Hui Tie, who will also take on the role of AMP Capital Head of Legal.