Managed Accounts Holdings’ CFO resigns

Managed Accounts Holdings announced its chief financial officer, Mark Pozzi, has resigned, with executive chairman Don Sharp to act in the role until a replacement is appointed.

The firm also announced Pamella Wilson was internally appointed from senior roles in business analytics and IT to group chief operating officer.

Wilson has over 28 years’ experience in the financial services industry spanning across custody, registry, managed accounts, investment research, wraps and superannuation.

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Neil Pattinson was promoted to the role of business development manager for New South Wales and Queensland, and Gloria Saliba was appointed as head of people and culture.

Chief executive, David Heather, said the new appointments would enable the business to provide a high level of support and capability to external clients and stakeholders.

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