Bank of Sydney appoints new CEO
The Bank of Sydney has appointed Julie Elliott as their new CEO
The Bank of Sydney has appointed Julie Elliott as their new CEO. Ms Elliott, who has twenty-five years experience in two of Australia's leading banking institutions and experience in customer service, will help lead the bank into its next phase.
"The Bank of Sydney is delighted to announce the appointment of Julie Elliott to the role of CEO, as we expand our market with a new identity, new products and towards a new direction," stated Nicholas Pappas, president of the Bank of Sydney.
"Julie assumes the leadership with the aim to fulfil the ambitious strategic development of the Bank of Sydney, with the ultimate aim to become the leading bank in Australia," said Mr Pappas.
Ms Elliot will commence her role as CEO as of 3 June 2013.
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