AMP appoints deputy chief economist

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11 April 2023
| By Rhea Nath |
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Senior economist Diana Mousina has been promoted to the role of deputy chief economist at AMP.

She had been at the firm for over seven years and was a key member of the AMP Investments team that oversaw the management of funds for AMP’s superannuation members, a spokesperson for the firm stated.

Additionally, she produced the Econosights report which provided insights on key economic developments and implications for investment markets.

As deputy chief economist, she would work alongside AMP’s chief economist and head of investment strategy, Dr Shane Oliver, who had held the role for over two decades. 

Prior to joining AMP in 2016, Mousina had been an economist at Commonwealth Bank for almost three years, having joined the firm in 2011 in a graduate role, working in institutional banking and markets. 

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