Original article by Andrew White
The Australian – Page: 17 & 21 : 1-May-18
Institutional investors say further boardroom changes are needed at AMP following the resignation of chair Catherine Brenner in the wake of the banking royal commission’s revelations. First Super CEO Bill Watson still intends to vote against the election of three directors at the upcoming AGM, arguing that AMP directors must be held accountable. Australian Council of Superannuation Investors CEO Louise Davidson says AMP should also look at stripping bonuses from executives who were involved in the fees-for-no-service scandal. AMP has appointed Mike Wilkins as executive chairman.
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