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iSelect appoints industry veteran Nadine Lennie as new CFO

iSelect appoints industry veteran Nadine Lennie as new CFO

iSelect has announced the appointment of Nadine Lennie as its new chief financial officer, after an “extensive search process” that began in November last year.

Ms Lennie has held numerous public company CFO roles throughout her 20-year financial career, previously serving as CFO at Afterpay Touch Group as well as Australia Pacific Airports Corporation.

iSelect managing director and CEO Scott Wilson welcomed the appointment of Ms Lennie to the senior leadership team, particularly commending her efforts in assisting with the Afterpay-Touchcorp merger, as well as supporting the “subsequent period of high growth and expansion” of the newly merged group.

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“With Nadine’s appointment, we have a formidable team now in place and are well positioned to leverage the strengths of the company and deliver on the Life Admin marketplace opportunities we see for the business,” Mr Wilson said.

Ms Lennie, who has also previously served as investment director at the Future Fund and director at PricewaterhouseCoopers, will take over from iSelect’s interim CFO, Vicki Pafumi, on 2 July 2018.

Former CFO Darryl Inns had resigned with immediate effect in November last year for health reasons.

[Related: ANZ announces new appointment to boost presence in Asia]

iSelect appoints industry veteran Nadine Lennie as new CFO
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