AUSTRALIA - Tony D'Aloisio, formerly managing director and CEO of the Australian Stock Exchange, is to be appointed a new commissioner at the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
D'Aloisio, who has also worked as chief executive partner at Mallesons Stephen Jaques and as a company director, will take up the new role on 22 November.
He will be based in Sydney.
Commenting on the appointment, Jeffrey Lucy, chairman of ASIC, said: "Mr D'Aloisio is a highly respected Australian and brings a strong business and legal background to the Commission."
The appointment, proposed by treasurer Peter Costello, is subject to support from ASIC stakeholders.
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