Boe Pahari, AMP Capital's global head of infrastructure equity, will become CEO of the Sydney-based firm July 1.
Mr. Pahari will replace Adam Tindall. Mr. Tindall intends to take some time off from the industry after five years at the company's helm, an AMP Capital spokesman said. He will first work with Mr. Pahari through a transition period. Mr. Tindall could not immediately be reached for comment.
Mr. Pahari, who is based in London, is also AMP Capital's director for its northwest region (U.K., Europe and the Americas), will retain his current responsibilities after he takes on the CEO role, the spokesman said.
As CEO, Mr. Pahari will split his time between London and Sydney, the spokesman said.
The global private infrastructure equity business Mr. Pahari oversees had A$23 billion ($16.1 billion) in assets under management at the June 30, 2019 close of the firm's latest fiscal year.
AMP Capital's total AUM was A$192.4 billion ($118.3 billion) as of March 31.