NAB has made a number of appointments to its executive leadership team following the departure of three executives.
Angela Mentis has been appointed group executive of business banking; Antony Cahill takes up the role of group executive of product and markets; David Gall has been appointed as chief group risk officer; and Renee Roberts becomes group executive of enterprise services and transformation.
Ms Mentis has been promoted from her previous role as executive general manager of nabBusiness, an SME business bank.
Mr Cahill was previously general manager of lending and deposits and has more than 15 years of banking experience across product, retail and business banking and strategy.
Mr Gall has held a number of senior roles, including executive general manager of banking and wealth solutions with responsibility for UBank, nabTrade, Wholesale, Wealth and NAB’s Bank for superannuation and ageing initiative.
Ms Roberts has had a 25-year career in banking with NAB, working across most areas of financial services, from operations, risk, technology and collections to personal banking.
These appointments follow the departure of group executive of enterprise services and transformation Lisa Gray and group executive of business banking Joseph Healey from NAB and the announcement that chief risk officer Bruce Munro will retire.
NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn said he has known and worked with all three executives and thanked them for their significant contribution.
Mr Thorburn said the new members of the executive leadership team are “committed to taking the action required to drive stronger results and returns for our customers and our shareholders”.
“These individuals are banking professionals with experience in business and retail, product, risk and technology and share a desire to work as part of a team leading sustainable change across our organisation,” he said.
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