Pauline Vamos has a new CEO gig, after starting with governance research and engagement provider Regnan this week.
Pauline’s previous role was as CEO of superannuation lobby group, the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia. She stepped down from the position in early 2016 after eight years leading the organisation. At the time of her departure she was described by one banking CEO as a “tireless advocate” for superannuation reform.
With a 25-year career in financial services, Pauline’s also a qualified lawyer and served on the Federal Government’s peak advisory and consultive groups on pension and superannuation reform for nine years.
Pauline describes herself on her Twitter profile as being, “fearless at work and on my bicycle about helping Australians make a difference to their financial futures.”
The Regnan board said Pauline’s previous experience, as well as her advocacy on best practice corporate governance, make her an “outstanding choice” to lead the firm through its next stage.
Pauline is also a director with the Banking and Finance Oath (BFO) group, Decimal Software Limited and most recently, Mercer Superannuation (Australia) Limited.
On her appointment, Pauline 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 officially started in the role on the 10th July.