National Australia Bank Names New Chief Executive Officer as McEwan Steps Down from Leadership Positions

National Australia Bank Appoints Andrew Irvine as New CEO and Managing Director

The National Australia Bank (NAB) has recently announced the appointment of Andrew Irvine as its new chief executive officer and managing director. This decision comes after the resignation of current CEO Ross McEwan, who will be stepping down from his role in August.

Irvine, who has been with NAB for over 15 years, is currently the chief customer officer for business and private banking. He has a strong background in financial services, having previously held senior roles at ANZ and Westpac.

In his new role, Irvine will be responsible for leading NAB’s strategic direction and driving the bank’s growth and profitability. He will also be tasked with navigating the challenges and opportunities presented by the current economic climate, as well as continuing to build strong relationships with customers and stakeholders.

In a statement, NAB chairman Philip Chronican expressed his confidence in Irvine’s ability to lead the bank through these unprecedented times. “Andrew has a deep understanding of NAB’s business and culture, and a proven track record of delivering results,” he said.

Irvine himself is looking  

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