APM appoints new Group Chief Executive Officer

Published on 08 Dec 2017

APM appoints Ernst Young partner Michael Anghie as Group CEO

International human services provider APM is pleased to announce the appointment of Ernst Young Perth Office Managing Partner and Oceania Accounts Leader, Michael Anghie as incoming Group Chief Executive Officer.

Mr Anghie has spent 24 years with Ernst Young based in Perth, becoming a partner in 2000 and has significant experience in leadership, mergers and business acquisitions and extensive contacts across a range of sectors nationally and internationally.

He joins APM as it experiences market growth and expansion in its Australian and overseas operations.

APM is Australia’s largest privately-owned human services company and is co-owned by Quadrant Private Equity and founders Bruce Bellinge and Megan Wynne.

“We are delighted to welcome a business leader of Michael’s calibre to the APM team” Ms Wynne said.

“This is a very exciting time in APM’s history and we look forward to Michael playing a pivotal leadership role as our businesses grow and expand into new markets and territories.”

APM was established by Ms Wynne in Perth in 1994 and has grown to become a leading international human services organisation delivering employment, injury management/vocational rehabilitation, assessment, allied health intervention and community care (aged care and disability care) services.

APM delivers these services from more than 500 locations nationally across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

Mr Anghie will take up this role in March 2018.