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The rise and fall of AMP’s Catherine Brenner

It all started to go wrong for Catherine Brenner the day that Jack Regan walked into the witness box at the Financial Services Royal Commission in Melbourne.

  • Deborah Snow
  • WAtoday

The date was Monday, April 16, and Regan, the head of advice at financial giant AMP, was due to give his much-anticipated evidence under the hawk-eyed gaze of presiding justice Kenneth Hayne.

Form 3cForty-seven year old Brenner, the well-remunerated chairman of AMP, logged on to follow the webcast live from Japan.

She, her husband Phillip Brenner, a former medical specialist, and their three daughters aged 15, 13 and 9, had arrived in Japan two days earlier, the…

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