The prudential regulator has named former NAB executive Mark Adams as its new executive general manager for the specialised institutions division.
Mr Adams worked at NAB for 17 years and held numerous senior positions with the bank before leaving to join the technology sector in a consulting capacity.
APRA chairman Wayne Byres said Mr Adams will be a welcome addition to the regulator’s team.
“Mark brings to APRA valuable commercial experience across a range of business activities, and a strong commitment to serving the Australian community by ensuring a sound and well-managed financial system,” he said.
Mr Adams replaces Ben Gully, who stood down from the role to return to Canada for personal reasons.
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