NSW Treasury Corporation (TCorp) has nabbed CBA’s head of programmatic funding, to lead its funding and balance sheet team.
Rob Kenna has become the public investment firm’s head of funding and balance sheet, a division responsible for raising debt in NSW (primarily bonds) and for managing the state’s balance sheet.
Previously, Mr Kenna was head of programmatic funding at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. He had led a 20-year career at the bank, holding a number of senior positions including head of debt capital markets origination and managing director of debt markets.
Simon Ling, general manager, financial markets at TCorp commented: “We extend a warm welcome to Rob, who brings deep market knowledge and experience in financial markets, combined with strong technical skills and expertise in managing complex stakeholder relationships.
“Rob is a great cultural fit to our team and an excellent addition to our leadership team. We look forward to working with him and continuing to support the state on its path to economic recovery.”
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