ME Bank has named former MLC Life director Elana Rubin as the newest member of the bank’s board.
Ms Rubin has over two decades’ experience as a non-executive director on various boards, including current positions as a director of Mirvac Group, Transurban Queensland and the Victorian Funds Management Corporation.
“Elana brings a wealth of leadership and business skills and is a fantastic addition to the ME Board,” commented ME Bank chair Ken Hodgson.
Mr Hodgson added that the knowledge Ms Rubin would bring to the role would be a great asset to the bank.
“Her breadth of experience across a wide range of businesses and industries, particularly financial services, will benefit the Bank over future years,” he said.
In addition to her current appointments, Ms Rubin has previously served on the boards of the Infrastructure Australia Council, the Industry Super Property Trust, the Victorian Rail Track Corporation and food rescue organisation SecondBite.
Ms Rubin is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees and the Financial Services Institute of Australasia.
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