Regnan appoints Pauline Vamos as Chief Executive



July 10, 2017

Regnan, Australia’s leading provider of ESG research and engagement, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Pauline Vamos to the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

The Board of Regnan is delighted to welcome Pauline to Regnan as its new CEO. Pauline’s distinguished career in financial services and her lifelong advocacy of best practice corporate governance makes her an outstanding choice to lead Regnan through its next phase of development and at this important time for the investment management industry.

Pauline brings to Regnan over 25 years’ experience in the financial services industry. She has broad leadership experience across a number of organisations, most recently as the CEO of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (AFSA). Pauline is a qualified lawyer and a previous member of the peak advisory and consultative groups on pension and superannuation reform to Government during the last 9 years. Pauline was on the Advisory Council for the Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR), an academic centre of excellence for research and education in the financial sector. Pauline is also a Director of the Banking and Finance Oath (BFO) group, Decimal Software Limited and most recently, Mercer Superannuation (Australia) Limited.

Ms Vamos said, “I am excited to join Regnan and to have the opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to wealth stewardship, through the promotion of thoughtful, long-term and holistic risk management and corporate governance best practices. I look forward to leading Regnan as we continue to advance the responsible investment agenda and be a sensible voice in representing the long term investor. ”

Pauline will commence in the role on 10 July 2017.

SOURCE: Regnan

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