Cameron Clyne addressed a boardroom lunch of 100 senior executives where he discussed “NAB’s journey and the outlook for the economy”. This event was proudly partnered by Goldman Sachs JBWere and Avanade.
On 1 January this year, Cameron Clyne assumed the role of Group Chief Executive Officer of NAB amidst the worst global financial crisis in decades.
Since then, NAB underwent a senior management reshuffle, released its mid year results evidencing that it is weathering the financial storm, and purchased the wealth management businesses of Aviva and Goldman Sachs JBWere, and Challenger’s mortgage management business.
Cameron is clearly focused on the following 3 priorities: keeping the bank safe; tight management of costs; and investing in leadership and culture.
However, challenges and opportunities await the economy and, specifically, financial institutions - including NAB, a top 20 ASX listed company with a $66b market cap.
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