ASIC drops investigation into former AMP chairman Catherine Brenner – Sydney Morning Herald

It also comes after the sudden resignation of AMP chief executive of Australia, Alex Wade, over an unidentified “internal matter”. Mr Wade’s departure came after AMP had found itself in the headlines again, this time over its decision to promote Boe Pahari to chief executive of subsidiary AMP Capital despite him losing a quarter of his bonus in 2018 following allegations of inappropriate conduct by a staffer.
In a short email to The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald on Monday morning, Ms Brenne…

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