An executive with 10 years’ experience is the latest in a string of departures from one of Australia’s major banks.
NAB announced that chief customer officer – business and private banking Anthony Healy has decided to leave after 10 years of executive roles with the bank in Australia and New Zealand.
“Anthony has been recognised for his strong customer focus, innovation and market leading results,” said NAB Group CEO Ross McEwan.
“He has been a champion for supporting our small to medium enterprises, the engine room of the Australian economy, and the development of regional and rural Australia.”
Mr Healy has led the Business and Private Bank since 2018, following eight years in New Zealand with four of them spent as CEO and managing director at the Bank of New Zealand.
“I am confident that under Ross’ leadership, NAB will continue to thrive in a challenging banking environment,” Mr Healy said.
“Now is the right time for me to consider what the next 10 years look like, professionally and personally.”
Mr Healy will depart the role on 30 April. He joins Mike Baird as the latest departure from NAB.
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