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AMP reshuffles leadership team

Sunday, October 13th 2013, 6:01PM 1 Comment

In key changes to the leadership team AMP now has a chief actuary rather than outsourcing the work to Australia. Greg Bird holds this role. He is responsible for all actuarial and pricing functions. He has more than 10 years financial services experience and has held a number of actuarial, finance, strategy and risk management roles working in Australia, New Zealand, India and the UK.

Blair Vernon is now Director of Advice and Sales. He has expertise across distribution, marketing and strategy and a deep understanding of the New Zealand financial services market gathered over more than 20 years in the sector. Before joining AMP in 2009, Vernon held a number of executive roles with Bank of New Zealand and the NAB Group and prior to that The National Bank of New Zealand. Vernon is responsible for sales, both direct to AMP customers, and also in supporting AMP's extensive Adviser and Adviser business networks.

Jeff Ruscoe is now chief customer officer. He started with AMP in 2002 and has held a number of roles including General Manager, Customer Services. As Chief Customer Officer, he is responsible for AMP's product and marketing teams and serving AMP's customers through its distribution channels.
Ruscoe's career in financial services includes roles in strategy, sales, distribution and product at AMP and marketing and investment roles at the Medical Assurance Society and the Public Trust.

 

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On 14 October 2013 at 6:22 pm Amused said:
First time I have heard the word "extensive" mentioned in the same sentence when discussing AMP's relationship with Advisers and Adviser business networks. Dig a bit deeper beyond the spin of AMP Head Office and you'll find out where business is actually going nowadays. Last time I was in a room of advisers none of them had placed their clients with AMP for cover in 12 months and no one had heard from an AMP sales manager either. No surprise to anyone about the last.

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