Byravee Iyer
Nov 11, 2016

OMG names Tony Harradine as chief investment officer

Move aims to strengthen investment and accountability function in the region.

Tony Harradine
Tony Harradine

SINGAPORE - Omnicom Media Group (OMG) has promoted Tony Harradine to chief investment officer, Asia-Pacific. In his new role, Harradine will oversee investment, accountability and strategic partnerships in the region.

Harradine was previously the chief investment officer for OMG in Australia. He will be based in Singapore and report to Cheuk Chiang, OMG’s Asia-Pacific CEO. Harradine starts the new role in January.

“After an extensive global search, we are delighted to fill the position with great talent from within our network,” said Chiang. “His track record in Australia is second to none. He build the most strategy, competitive and transparent investment offering.”

Harradine’s replacement in Australia will be announced soon, according to the agency; in the interim his duties will be covered by Melissa Hey and Lucy Formosa Morgan, senior executives from the Australian trading and investment team.

 

 

Source:
Campaign Asia

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