Legal & General Investment Management has announced the appointment of Camille Blackburn as chief compliance officer (CCO), subject to regulatory approvals.
Formerly chief compliance officer at Aviva Investors, Blackburnwill join LGIM in January 2020, replacing Teresa Poy who has retired. She will be responsible for overseeing the company's global compliance framework and report to Margaret Ammon, chief risk officer, who joins the company in February 2020, from M&G plc.
Michelle Scrimgeour, chief executive officer, Legal & General Investment Management said: "With Blackburn's appointment as CCO, alongside Ammon's as CRO, we will add two high calibre leaders for these critical functions. Their appointments will not only enrich the combined experience of our leadership team, but also ensure that LGIM's risk and compliance framework stays in-step with the demands of an increasingly complex regulatory and risk management landscape."
Blackburnwas chair of the Investment Association's Brexit Committee and prior to joining Aviva Investors, was a deputy head, Policy and Risk, at the Central Bank of Ireland. Between January 2014 and December 2015, she was a principal advisor to the Australian Treasury for the Australian Financial System Inquiry and Capability Review of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Other positions she has held include: global head of Compliance for a large Australian Institutional Bank; APAC Compliance Head for a large Money Services and Cards business and senior executive leader, Investment Banks, for The Australian Securities and Investment Commission over the Global financial crisis.