AMP Capital has appointed Debbie Alliston as chief investment officer for its Multi-Asset Group. She takes on the position from her role as head of multi-asset portfolio management at AMP Capital. In addition to her role she holds the position of portfolio manager for AMP’s default corporate super offerings. She joined AMP Capital from Apostle Asset Management and prior to that held a range of senior positions at BT Financial Group. Alliston will report to AMP’s head of public markets, Simon Warner, and will be responsible for the portfolio management, dynamic markets, market solutions and tailored investment solutions teams.
Bank of Queensland has announced the retirement of its chief risk officer, Peter Deans. He held the position for seven years and will stay on in a consulting capacity for the remainder of the year. Adam McAnalen will take over the role from his current position as chief executive of BOQ Finance. He has held the positions as chief risk officer for BOQ Business and general manager retail credit and has been a member of the Bank’s executive credit committee since 2016.
National Australia Bank has announced the resignation of its chief people officer, Lorraine Murphy. She joined NAB in 2016 and was responsible for building its customer centric culture. Julie Rynski will assume the role from her current position as customer executive regional and agribusiness. She has over 30 years’ experience in the banking industry and has held positions at Westpac and Bankwest before joining NAB in 2017.
Foreign exchange company OFX has appointed Connie Carnabuci as a non-executive director. She will sit on the remuneration and nomination committee. She is the general counsel at ABC and prior to this role was a partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Hong Kong. Carnabuci will support OFX in its understanding of the Asia region as it pursues a growth agenda of regional expansion and partnerships.