Alexis George hired as AMP CEO

  • By AB+F Editorial

Former ANZ executive Alexis George will take on the job as head of AMP.

George was deputy CEO of the major bank and joined ANZ in 2013.

George replaces Francesco De Ferrari who was expected to have announced his resignation of the troubled bank.

“While we are incredibly disappointed to lose Alexis, I could not be more proud she has been asked to take on such an important role as the next CEO of AMP,” ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott said.

ANZ said George had played an important role in the simplification of ANZ particularly through divestments of its wealth businesses and was instrument in ANZ’s response to COVID-19.  

ANZ today announced Deputy CEO Alexis George will leave ANZ following her appointment as Group Chief Executive Officer of AMP Limited.
 
Ms George joined ANZ in 2013 and has served with distinction in various roles including Group Executive Wealth and Deputy CEO. Ms George has played an important leadership role in the continued simplification of ANZ, particularly through the divestments of its Wealth businesses, and was instrumental in ANZ’s response to COVID-19.