More changes are afoot at financial services giant AMP, which has appointed Grocon chief financial officer Gordon Lefevre as its new CFO, effective March 2014.
Mr Lefevre replaces Colin Storrie, who joined AMP two years ago and is set to "pursue other business interests". Mr Storrie is a former CFO for Qantas.
Mr Lefevre's previous roles include deputy chief financial officer at National Australia Bank and chief executive officer of the not-for-profit Reach Foundation.
The announcement follows news that AMP managing director and CEO Craig Dunn would be replaced by Craig Meller next year.
Mr Meller now serves as head of AMP's biggest business, AMP Financial Services.
AMP - which specialises in superannuation, financial planning, life insurance, banking and fund management - earlier this year reported a $440 million underlying profit that came in slightly above expectations.
Mr Dunn's tenure has been marked by the financial crisis and the purchase of AXA Asia Pacific's Australian operations.
On the agenda is a $200 million cost-cutting program, at a cost of $320 million. The company is often viewed as a proxy for Australia's enormous retail super industry.