AMP hires head of whistleblowing in bid to regain customer trust

Pedro Gonçalves
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Australia's largest listed wealth manager AMP has appointed a former Commonwealth Bank executive to a new whistleblowing role as it tries to regain customer trust following damaging revelations of misconduct. AMP said its appointment of Anne-Marie Paterson, who will "lead whistleblower awareness, training and investigations across the business", was part of a A$200 million ($135 million) two-year program to strengthen its risk, governance and controls. Prior to joining Commonwealth Bank, Paterson was executive counsel/special counsel at Workdynamic Australia and managing partner at HP...

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