13 December 2016 By Staff Writer
Former Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) chairman, Tony D'Aloisio has been appointed as the next chairman of Perpetual Limited.
D'Aloisio's appointment was confirmed by the company this week and he will succeed chairman, Peter Scott, when he retires at the end of May, next year.
Scott joined the Perpetual Board in 2005 and became Chairman in 2010 extending his tenure until 2017 to ensure continuity in the role.
Scott said he was delighted D'Aloisio had agreed to join the board and succeed him as chairman.
"It has been my great privilege to be chairman of Perpetual, an outstanding Australian company with strong values reflecting its deep fiduciary heritage," Scott said.
"I am confident Tony will be a real asset for Perpetual, with his extensive experience in financial services and having been a CEO of a listed company."