AMP hires expat banker to lead advice business

Pedro Gonçalves
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Jack Regan, the AMP executive who faced a grilling in the financial services royal commission, losing count of the number of times the company mislead corporate regulator ASIC over the fee for no service scandal, has turned his extended leave into retirement. At the hearing, Regan admitted that AMP made false statements to ASIC on at least 20 occasions.  Regan, who had been appointed head of advice in 2017 to improve governance, had been on stress leave since giving evidence in April. The revelations from his appearance at a commission hearing led directly to the resignation of Craig ...

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