AMP Capital appoints new CEO

Adam Tindall retires after five years in the role

James Baxter-Derrington
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Boe Pahari joined the firm in 2010
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Boe Pahari joined the firm in 2010

AMP Capital has announced the appointment of Boe Pahari as its new CEO, succeeding the outgoing Adam Tindall, who retires after nearly five years in the role.

Pahari joined the firm in 2010 and has led the development and global expansion of the infrastructure equity business, most recently as global head of infrastructure equity and director, North-West region (UK, Europe and the Americas). Real estate infrastructure: The 'ugly duckling' of investment? He joined as head of infrastructure, Asia and Australia, before transferring to take on Europe and the Americas, followed by a promotion to global head and managing partner, infrastructure equity and, in 2016, saw his role expanded to include leadership of the distribution functions. He b...

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