We're incredibly proud to announce that Pauline Vamos has joined our editorial team.
With more than 30 years' experience in the financial services industry, Vamos has become a leading figure in the fields of corporate governance, collective responsibility and ethical investment practices.
A distinguished career
She's held roles at ASIC, Decimal Software and Mercer, and was a key figure in the development of the Managed Investment Act, Financial Services Reform Act and the Banking and Finance Oath.
Most notably, Vamos spent nearly nine years leading the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia.
Overseeing sweeping industry changes
During this period, Vamos steered the association through the GFC along with a raft of significant financial services industry reforms. When she departed ASFA in 2016, independent chair Michael Easson said her "enormous contribution to public policy debate during her time at ASFA has been outstanding."
Easson added that Vamos was a "key advocate for broadening the superannuation discussion to include insurance, investment governance and advice, and has been a strong proponent of industry self-regulation."
Her first piece for No More Practice will focus on responsible investing and the difference between value and "values-based" investing. Look out for it in our Thursday newsletter.
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