- Clime Investment Management (CIW) has appointed Annick Donat as the company’s Chief Executive Officer, effective from this Saturday
- Annick has over 30 years of experience in senior leadership roles and most recently acted as CEO of Madison Financial Group
- Prior to her role at MFG, she was with Westpac Banking Corporation (WBC)
- On the market today, Clime is in the grey and trading at 57.5 cents per share
Clime Investment Management (CIW) has appointed Annick Donat as the company’s Chief Executive Officer, commencing May 1.
Annick has over 30 years of experience in senior leadership roles, and most recently she was the CEO of Madison Financial Group (MFG).
Prior to her role at MFG, she was with Westpac Banking Corporation (WBC), and she is currently a Chairperson of the Financial Planning Association Licensee
Incoming Chairman and Founder John Abernethy is delighted to have Annick join the team.
“Since the acquisition of MFG, Annick has displayed a deep understanding of Clime’s business and is expertly positioned to drive our next phase of growth and
strengthen our offering to our investor clients and financial advisers,” he said.
“Annick brings a diverse skillset spanning corporate governance, product management and distribution, wealth advice, licensee services and operations. She has the complete confidence of the board in continuing our proud legacy of empowering our clients through offering expert financial advice and investment solutions,” he added.
Annick is looking forward to working with Clime as the business grows.
“I look forward to working with Clime’s high-calibre team to grow the business, leverage its significant core assets and continue to provide our expert advisory and investment services to a broad range of clients,” she told the market.
On the market today, Clime is in the grey and trading at 57.5 cents per share at 12:29 pm AEST.