Talaria Asset Management appoints COO

Talaria asset management COO chief operating officer

16 January 2023
| By Rhea Nath |
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Elizabeth Ninness has been appointed chief operating officer (COO) at Talaria Asset Management.

Replacing Rhys Cahill, who had been COO since November 2020, Ninness would take on the role starting 16 January, 2023.

Her responsibilities would include supporting the growth of the Talaria Global Equity Fund and leading the expanding business team.

This would be Talaria’s second major executive appointment after Lance Oliver took on the newly-created role of head of sales in December 2022.

“With over two decades of global financial services experience across a range of sectors, with roles covering operational management, strategy, risk management, compliance and audit, Elizabeth will be a great asset to the Talaria team,” said Talaria chief executive Jamie Mead.

Prior to joining Talaria, Ninness was a member of the leadership team at NAB, which oversaw a large-scale remediation program following the 2014 ASIC Wealth Management Project.

She had previously served as executive director at National Bank of Abu Dhabi, head of controls and governance at First Abu Dhabi Bank and chief strategy officer at Digecom Solutions.

 

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