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Ex-Qantas Super CEO joins AIA board

Patrick Buncsi19 June 2024
Jane Perry

AIA Australia has appointed veteran financial services executive and former Qantas Super CEO Jane Perry to its board.

Perry, who concluded her executive career in 2015, boasts more than three decades’ experience in senior leadership roles, primarily in the financial services sector.

This included an 11-year stint at AXA, concluding with her role as chief operating officer.

She later joined J.P. Morgan Chase & Co as chief executive of its equities specialist investment arm Worldwide Securities Services (WSS) for Australia and New Zealand, before her promotion to chief executive of treasury and securities services.

After four years at the helm, Perry bid farewell to Qantas Super in 2015, making her transition into board-level roles.

She is currently a director of the QIC Limited Board, the investment arm of the Queensland Government, serving on its risk and audit committees.

Perry’s previous board roles include membership of the Westpac BT Financial Group Superannuation boards, including Chair of the Insurance Sub-Committee, National Mutual Superannuation, National Mutual Staff Superannuation Plan and J.P. Morgan Nominees Australia Limited.

AIA Australia chief executive Damien Mu said he was “delighted” to have Perry join the firm’s board, adding that the insurer will draw on her “operational and leadership expertise to help us pursue our dream to make Australia the healthiest and best protected nation in the world”.

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