ANZ has named Logan as its new head of financial planning, six months after incumbent Mike Goodall handed in his resignation.
He will report to ANZ managing director of investment and insurance Geoff Cohen. Logan will start in his new role in January 2008.
In his new role Logan will be responsible for the bank's financial planning division which has more than $12.8 billion funds under management.
"ANZ Financial Planning has been growing strongly and we have increased our planner numbers by more than 30 per cent over the past two years," Cohen said.
"Alan will be responsible for continuing to accelerate the growth of our financial planning business as we continue to provide more convenient financial planning solutions for customers across Australia."
Prior to ANZ, Logan worked at MLC as general managing national practice management and Apogee Financial Planning.
Logan also worked at BT, Sealcorp, National Mutual (now Axa) and Capita Finance Group.
Goodall left ANZ in September to head up financial services group Inpro Australia.
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