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AMP Capital insider flies into top job

AMP Capital named its new managing director to replace Bevin Graham.

Wednesday, November 25th 2020, 6:07AM

Rebekah Swan is the new Managing Director and Head of Clients for AMP Capital in New Zealand.  She is a long-time AMP Capital staffer, clocking up 19 years with the business and been a strong advocate for ESG.

She is currently Head of Product and the ESG Investment Specialist.

Over the years she has held a number of roles starting in 2001 as a Business Analyst in the Finance team, after that she moved into the relationship management team, taking on more senior roles including the Head of Distribution role. Her most current role evolved into the ESG investment Specialist for NZ, acknowledging her increased focus, involvement and influence in the responsible investment space, while continuing to work with clients leading on strategy by heading up the product team.

Swan is the chair of AMPIM, the licensed entity of AMP Capital and will be joining the board of AMP Capital New Zealand.  Reporting to Grant Hassell as Chair of AMP Capital NZ, the appointment is effective immediately and replaces Bevan Graham who is stepping down after nine years with the business.

Hassell said he was excited to appoint someone the calibre of Swan to this key role for AMP Capital.

“Rebekah is a highly valued and respected member of the AMP Capital team and has been central in bringing many of our global products and capabilities to our local clients.  She is held in the highest regard by our clients as well as the market more broadly and is involved in many industry groups, supporting responsible investing."

“Having Rebekah in the combined role of New Zealand Managing Director and Head of Clients will allow her to focus fully on continuing to grow, develop and support the changing needs of our business and to continue to meet the needs of our New Zealand clients,” Hassell said in a statement.  

Tags: AMP Capital

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