CBA wealth GM resigns
CBA’s general manager for strategy, wealth management advice, has resigned from his role, with the bank in the midst of finalising a replacement.
ifa understands that Adrian Coppini has resigned from the bank to return to the US.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Mr Coppini had worked for CBA’s financial planning business since April 2013. He also previously held roles at BT Financial Group and AMP.
Meanwhile, CBA announced last week that Marianne Perkovic, formerly the bank’s executive general manager of wealth management advice, has moved into a new role.
Ms Perkovic was promoted to executive general manager for Commonwealth Private, which forms part of CBA’s business and private banking division, led by group executive Adam Bennett.
“I am delighted Marianne will be leading our private banking business,” Mr Bennett said.
“We are fortunate to have attracted such a talented and experienced internal candidate to this key leadership role.”
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