AMP’s SMSF arm restructure sees further staff shifts

Written by Staff Reporter Tuesday, 08 March 2016

The former general manager of admin firm SuperIQ, now under AMP’s SuperConcepts banner, has officially moved to a different division within AMP.

Late last week, AMP announced it acquired the outstanding minority interest of personal finance management platform, MoneyBrilliant.

Peter Lalor, formerly the general manager and CFO of SMSF administration business SuperIQ, has stepped into the position of chief executive of MoneyBrilliant.

Mr Lalor’s move follows a change in the operating structure of AMP’s SMSF business, which was rebranded as SuperConcepts in January this year.

SuperIQ now operates as a sub-brand of SuperConcepts, along with Ascend, Cavendish, Justsuper, Multiport, superMate and yourSMSF.

The former chief executive of MoneyBrilliant, Jemma Enright, has decided to leave the company after an agreed period for transition to pursue new start-up opportunities.

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