Mr Andrew Mohl
Andrew Mohl (BEc(Hons) 1977) has been a director of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) since July 2008.
He is also a Chairman of the Federal Government Export Finance and Insurance Corporation, a Member of the Advisory Council of the Australian School of Business, a Member of the Corporate Council of the European Australian Business Council, and an executive coach to CEOs.
His most notable role was managing director and CEO of AMP Limited, Australia’s largest superannuation manager, from 2002 to 2007.
Mr Mohl began his career in 1978 at the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) during which time he was seconded to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. His roles at the RBA included senior economist and deputy head of research.
In 1986 Mr Mohl joined ANZ Banking Group where his roles included senior economist, group chief economist, divisional chief manager, ANZ retail banking and managing director ANZ Funds Management.
Mr Mohl joined AMP in 1996 as general manager working in several positions before being appointed CEO at a time when the company was under intense public scrutiny.
He undertook a major restructuring of the group including the demerger of AMP into Australian and UK-based companies. Under his leadership the newly formed Australian company group (established in 2003) flourished.