Alex Wade leads Australian Wealth Management
Alex Wade, works for AMP Limited, a well-known company, has made a major announcement. It plans to merge its banking and Australian wealth management businesses into one entity, which will be named AMP Australia. The CEO of Australian wealth management, Alex Wade, will lead this new organization.
Alex Wade – History at AMP
Alex Wade started working for AMP in January 2019 as the group executive advice. He was soon appointed to a more significant role as the head of wealth management the following month. Prior to joining AMP, Wade worked for Credit Suisse for 12 years, where he held various important positions, such as head of developed and emerging Asia for Credit Suisse Private Banking and chief of staff for Asia Pacific and head of private banking Australia.
Alex Wade Additions
In addition to the appointment of Alex Wade, there have been other executive changes as well. Rod Finch, who is currently the managing director of wealth products and platforms, has been appointed as the managing director of AMP Bank. He will be reporting to Alex Wade and will replace the current AMP Bank CEO, Sally Bruce, who will step down on November 1st, 2019.
AMP CEO, Francesco De Ferrari, expressed his thoughts about these changes by saying, “Bringing our bank and wealth management teams in Australia together will result in a more integrated organization, which will be better equipped to provide more comprehensive wealth services to our clients and take advantage of the significant opportunities that lie ahead.”
About Alex Wade
Alex Wade is a client and people focused CEO with extensive experience managing complex environments working across all facets of financial services in multiple jurisdictions and cultures. Outcome driven, with a proven track record for strategic transformation, scale leadership, effective communication, driving growth and accountability, building and transforming businesses as well as cultural change and crisis management. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple stakeholders; including boards, investors and shareholders, media, government and regulators.Alex Wade