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AMP chairman David Murray resigns over company’s handling of sexual harassment allegations – The Guardian

Another director, John Fraser, also resigned and the senior executive at the heart of complaint, Boe Pahari, was demoted following shareholder pressure



Shareholder protests appear to have prompted the chairman of AMP, David Murray, to resign over the insurance companys handling of allegations of sexual harassment against a senior executive, Boe Pahari, and his subsequent promotion.
AMP made a statement to the ASX on Monday morning saying that Murray and another director, John Fraser, the former head of the Treasury, had resigned.
These changes respond to feedback expressed by some major shareholders regarding the appointment of Mr Pahari as A…

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