NAB announced today that executive general manager, wealth advice, Greg Miller will leave NAB in December as part of a raft of changes to the structure of the wealth division.
NAB Financial Planning general manager Tim Steele and general manager of advice partnerships Ross Barnwell will both take on expanded roles and report directly to the bank’s chief customer officer for consumer banking and wealth, Andrew Haggar.
Mr Haggar said the changes would make the business “simpler, faster and more customer-focused”.
“We continue to focus on our advice business, and this restructure will mean enhanced accountability and simpler, more consistent and standardised systems and processes,” Mr Haggar said.
“Our customers don’t think about their banking and their wealth separately, and neither do we. These changes will enable better and faster decision making through a clearer line of sight across our entire consumer banking and wealth business."
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