AMP Capital CEO steps down after two months following misconduct charges

New chairman of parent AMP also appointed

James Baxter-Derrington
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Former AMP Capital CEO Boe Pahari
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Former AMP Capital CEO Boe Pahari

Boe Pahari, former CEO of AMP Capital, has resigned after only two months in the role following the re-emergence of a 2017 employee complaint made against him by female colleague.

The complaint has been at the centre of sustained reporting in Australia, where parent company AMP is based, which has led to the complainant waiving her right to anonymity and AMP announcing they would...

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