IOOF has appointed Amanda Noble as chief risk officer in a newly-expanded role which encompasses all financial, non-financial and compliance functions.
Noble was previously the acting chief risk officer since May 2019 and has more than 25 years’ experience in financial services risk and compliance at firms such as ANZ and KPMG.
This was the first appointment for new chief executive Renato Mota who took over the role in June.
He said: “This is a critical appointment for IOOF and redefines our approach to governance, creating a holistic context in support of our commitment to stakeholders and the communities we serve.
“Embedding risk, reputation and governance in our daily decision-making enables us to translate regulatory and community expectations into decisive management actions that deliver the best outcomes for all IOOF stakeholders.
“Amanda is an accomplished executive with a deep understanding of governance and risk, who has delivered results in senior risk management positions in major Australian financial institutions,” Mota added.