ANZ Shareholder Centre

Michael Smith
Michael Smith
Michael Smith Chief Executive Officer

Michael Smith has been Chief Executive Officer of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) since October 2007.

Skills, experience and expertise

Until June 2007, Mr Smith was President and Chief Executive Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited; Chairman, Hang Seng Bank Limited; Global Head of Commercial Banking for the HSBC Group and Chairman, HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad. Previously, Mr Smith was Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Argentina Holdings SA and was subsequently appointed Chairman of HSBC in Argentina in 2000.

Mr Smith joined the HSBC Group in 1978 and during his 29-year career he held a wide variety of posts in Hong Kong and the Asia-Pacific region, the United Kingdom, Australia, the Middle East and South America, including appointments in Commercial, Institutional and Investment Banking, Planning and Strategy, Operations and General Management.

Mr Smith graduated with honours in Economic Sciences in 1978 from City University of London. In 2013, he was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws from Monash University, Melbourne.

He is a member of the Australian Bankers’ Association, the Business Council of Australia and the Asia Business Council.

Mr Smith is a Director of the Institute of International Finance and the International Monetary Conference; Executive Chairman of the Chongqing Mayor's International Economic Advisory Council; a Member of the Shanghai Mayor's International Financial Advisory Council; and a Fellow of The Hong Kong Management Association. He is also a Director of the Financial Markets Foundation for Children and, Financial Literacy Australia Limited and a Member of Australian Government Financial Literacy Advisory Board.

Mr Smith was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2000 and a Chevalier de l’Ordre du Merite Agricole in 2007.

He is married with three children. His interests include wine, tennis and classic cars.

Michael Smith
Michael Smith
Michael Smith Chief Executive Officer

Michael Smith has been Chief Executive Officer of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) since October 2007.

Skills, experience and expertise

Until June 2007, Mr Smith was President and Chief Executive Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited; Chairman, Hang Seng Bank Limited; Global Head of Commercial Banking for the HSBC Group and Chairman, HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad. Previously, Mr Smith was Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Argentina Holdings SA and was subsequently appointed Chairman of HSBC in Argentina in 2000.

Mr Smith joined the HSBC Group in 1978 and during his 29-year career he held a wide variety of posts in Hong Kong and the Asia-Pacific region, the United Kingdom, Australia, the Middle East and South America, including appointments in Commercial, Institutional and Investment Banking, Planning and Strategy, Operations and General Management.

Mr Smith graduated with honours in Economic Sciences in 1978 from City University of London. In 2013, he was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws from Monash University, Melbourne.

He is a member of the Australian Bankers’ Association, the Business Council of Australia and the Asia Business Council.

Mr Smith is a Director of the Institute of International Finance and the International Monetary Conference; Executive Chairman of the Chongqing Mayor's International Economic Advisory Council; a Member of the Shanghai Mayor's International Financial Advisory Council; and a Fellow of The Hong Kong Management Association. He is also a Director of the Financial Markets Foundation for Children and, Financial Literacy Australia Limited and a Member of Australian Government Financial Literacy Advisory Board.

Mr Smith was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2000 and a Chevalier de l’Ordre du Merite Agricole in 2007.

He is married with three children. His interests include wine, tennis and classic cars.

Chief Executive Officer
Shayne Elliott
Shayne Elliott
Shayne Elliott Chief Financial Officer

Shayne Elliott was appointed Chief Financial Officer of ANZ in June 2012.

Skills, experience and expertise

Shayne is responsible for all aspects of Finance as well as Group Strategy, Legal, Treasury, Investor Relations and Mergers and Acquisitions.

Prior to this role, Shayne was Chief Executive Officer, Institutional, overseeing all businesses that deal with ANZ's large business, corporate and institutional customers.

Shayne joined ANZ in June 2009. Previously, he was the Head of Business Development, EFG Hermes, the largest investment bank in the Middle East. Previously, Shayne was Chief Operating Officer, responsible for developing corporate strategy, balanced scorecard and goals program, and implementing governance and business management processes.

Shayne was previously with Citigroup where he held various senior positions across geographies and business sectors over the course of 20 years. Some of the roles he held during his time at Citigroup include: CEO Global Transaction Services Asia Pacific, CEO Corporate Bank Australia/NZ & Country Corporate Officer, CEO Egypt, Vice President Strategic Planning New York, Head of Investor Derivative Sales London and Head of NZ Derivatives Sales and Trading.

Shayne holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Management Studies and Finance from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed Chief Financial Officer, ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed as Chief Financial Officer (Designate), ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2009
    Appointed as Chief Executive Officer, Institutional, ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2007
    Head of Business Development, EFG Hermes
  • Key Dates
    2006
    Chief Operating Officer, EFG Hermes
  • Key Dates
    2003
    CEO , Global Transaction Services Asia Pacific, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    2001
    CEO, Corporate Bank Australia/NZ & Country Corporate Officer, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1998
    CEO, Egypt & Country Corporate Officer, Citibank
  • Key Dates
    1997
    Vice President, Strategic Planning, Citibank New York
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Head of Investor Derivative Sales, Citibank London
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Head Trader, US$ Swaps, Citibank London
  • Key Dates
    1990
    Head of NZ Derivatives Sales and Trading, Citibank New Zealand
Shayne Elliott
Shayne Elliott
Shayne Elliott Chief Financial Officer

Shayne Elliott was appointed Chief Financial Officer of ANZ in June 2012.

Skills, experience and expertise

Shayne is responsible for all aspects of Finance as well as Group Strategy, Legal, Treasury, Investor Relations and Mergers and Acquisitions.

Prior to this role, Shayne was Chief Executive Officer, Institutional, overseeing all businesses that deal with ANZ's large business, corporate and institutional customers.

Shayne joined ANZ in June 2009. Previously, he was the Head of Business Development, EFG Hermes, the largest investment bank in the Middle East. Previously, Shayne was Chief Operating Officer, responsible for developing corporate strategy, balanced scorecard and goals program, and implementing governance and business management processes.

Shayne was previously with Citigroup where he held various senior positions across geographies and business sectors over the course of 20 years. Some of the roles he held during his time at Citigroup include: CEO Global Transaction Services Asia Pacific, CEO Corporate Bank Australia/NZ & Country Corporate Officer, CEO Egypt, Vice President Strategic Planning New York, Head of Investor Derivative Sales London and Head of NZ Derivatives Sales and Trading.

Shayne holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Management Studies and Finance from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed Chief Financial Officer, ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed as Chief Financial Officer (Designate), ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2009
    Appointed as Chief Executive Officer, Institutional, ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2007
    Head of Business Development, EFG Hermes
  • Key Dates
    2006
    Chief Operating Officer, EFG Hermes
  • Key Dates
    2003
    CEO , Global Transaction Services Asia Pacific, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    2001
    CEO, Corporate Bank Australia/NZ & Country Corporate Officer, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1998
    CEO, Egypt & Country Corporate Officer, Citibank
  • Key Dates
    1997
    Vice President, Strategic Planning, Citibank New York
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Head of Investor Derivative Sales, Citibank London
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Head Trader, US$ Swaps, Citibank London
  • Key Dates
    1990
    Head of NZ Derivatives Sales and Trading, Citibank New Zealand
Chief Financial Officer
Michael Smith
Michael Smith
Michael Smith Chief Executive Officer

Michael Smith has been Chief Executive Officer of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) since October 2007.

Skills, experience and expertise

Until June 2007, Mr Smith was President and Chief Executive Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited; Chairman, Hang Seng Bank Limited; Global Head of Commercial Banking for the HSBC Group and Chairman, HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad. Previously, Mr Smith was Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Argentina Holdings SA and was subsequently appointed Chairman of HSBC in Argentina in 2000.

Mr Smith joined the HSBC Group in 1978 and during his 29-year career he held a wide variety of posts in Hong Kong and the Asia-Pacific region, the United Kingdom, Australia, the Middle East and South America, including appointments in Commercial, Institutional and Investment Banking, Planning and Strategy, Operations and General Management.

Mr Smith graduated with honours in Economic Sciences in 1978 from City University of London. In 2013, he was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws from Monash University, Melbourne.

He is a member of the Australian Bankers’ Association, the Business Council of Australia and the Asia Business Council.

Mr Smith is a Director of the Institute of International Finance and the International Monetary Conference; Executive Chairman of the Chongqing Mayor's International Economic Advisory Council; a Member of the Shanghai Mayor's International Financial Advisory Council; and a Fellow of The Hong Kong Management Association. He is also a Director of the Financial Markets Foundation for Children and, Financial Literacy Australia Limited and a Member of Australian Government Financial Literacy Advisory Board.

Mr Smith was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2000 and a Chevalier de l’Ordre du Merite Agricole in 2007.

He is married with three children. His interests include wine, tennis and classic cars.

Michael Smith
Michael Smith
Michael Smith Chief Executive Officer

Michael Smith has been Chief Executive Officer of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) since October 2007.

Skills, experience and expertise

Until June 2007, Mr Smith was President and Chief Executive Officer, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited; Chairman, Hang Seng Bank Limited; Global Head of Commercial Banking for the HSBC Group and Chairman, HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad. Previously, Mr Smith was Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Argentina Holdings SA and was subsequently appointed Chairman of HSBC in Argentina in 2000.

Mr Smith joined the HSBC Group in 1978 and during his 29-year career he held a wide variety of posts in Hong Kong and the Asia-Pacific region, the United Kingdom, Australia, the Middle East and South America, including appointments in Commercial, Institutional and Investment Banking, Planning and Strategy, Operations and General Management.

Mr Smith graduated with honours in Economic Sciences in 1978 from City University of London. In 2013, he was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws from Monash University, Melbourne.

He is a member of the Australian Bankers’ Association, the Business Council of Australia and the Asia Business Council.

Mr Smith is a Director of the Institute of International Finance and the International Monetary Conference; Executive Chairman of the Chongqing Mayor's International Economic Advisory Council; a Member of the Shanghai Mayor's International Financial Advisory Council; and a Fellow of The Hong Kong Management Association. He is also a Director of the Financial Markets Foundation for Children and, Financial Literacy Australia Limited and a Member of Australian Government Financial Literacy Advisory Board.

Mr Smith was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2000 and a Chevalier de l’Ordre du Merite Agricole in 2007.

He is married with three children. His interests include wine, tennis and classic cars.

Chief Executive Officer
Shayne Elliott
Shayne Elliott
Shayne Elliott Chief Financial Officer

Shayne Elliott was appointed Chief Financial Officer of ANZ in June 2012.

Skills, experience and expertise

Shayne is responsible for all aspects of Finance as well as Group Strategy, Legal, Treasury, Investor Relations and Mergers and Acquisitions.

Prior to this role, Shayne was Chief Executive Officer, Institutional, overseeing all businesses that deal with ANZ's large business, corporate and institutional customers.

Shayne joined ANZ in June 2009. Previously, he was the Head of Business Development, EFG Hermes, the largest investment bank in the Middle East. Previously, Shayne was Chief Operating Officer, responsible for developing corporate strategy, balanced scorecard and goals program, and implementing governance and business management processes.

Shayne was previously with Citigroup where he held various senior positions across geographies and business sectors over the course of 20 years. Some of the roles he held during his time at Citigroup include: CEO Global Transaction Services Asia Pacific, CEO Corporate Bank Australia/NZ & Country Corporate Officer, CEO Egypt, Vice President Strategic Planning New York, Head of Investor Derivative Sales London and Head of NZ Derivatives Sales and Trading.

Shayne holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Management Studies and Finance from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed Chief Financial Officer, ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed as Chief Financial Officer (Designate), ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2009
    Appointed as Chief Executive Officer, Institutional, ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2007
    Head of Business Development, EFG Hermes
  • Key Dates
    2006
    Chief Operating Officer, EFG Hermes
  • Key Dates
    2003
    CEO , Global Transaction Services Asia Pacific, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    2001
    CEO, Corporate Bank Australia/NZ & Country Corporate Officer, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1998
    CEO, Egypt & Country Corporate Officer, Citibank
  • Key Dates
    1997
    Vice President, Strategic Planning, Citibank New York
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Head of Investor Derivative Sales, Citibank London
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Head Trader, US$ Swaps, Citibank London
  • Key Dates
    1990
    Head of NZ Derivatives Sales and Trading, Citibank New Zealand
Shayne Elliott
Shayne Elliott
Shayne Elliott Chief Financial Officer

Shayne Elliott was appointed Chief Financial Officer of ANZ in June 2012.

Skills, experience and expertise

Shayne is responsible for all aspects of Finance as well as Group Strategy, Legal, Treasury, Investor Relations and Mergers and Acquisitions.

Prior to this role, Shayne was Chief Executive Officer, Institutional, overseeing all businesses that deal with ANZ's large business, corporate and institutional customers.

Shayne joined ANZ in June 2009. Previously, he was the Head of Business Development, EFG Hermes, the largest investment bank in the Middle East. Previously, Shayne was Chief Operating Officer, responsible for developing corporate strategy, balanced scorecard and goals program, and implementing governance and business management processes.

Shayne was previously with Citigroup where he held various senior positions across geographies and business sectors over the course of 20 years. Some of the roles he held during his time at Citigroup include: CEO Global Transaction Services Asia Pacific, CEO Corporate Bank Australia/NZ & Country Corporate Officer, CEO Egypt, Vice President Strategic Planning New York, Head of Investor Derivative Sales London and Head of NZ Derivatives Sales and Trading.

Shayne holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Management Studies and Finance from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed Chief Financial Officer, ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed as Chief Financial Officer (Designate), ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2009
    Appointed as Chief Executive Officer, Institutional, ANZ
  • Key Dates
    2007
    Head of Business Development, EFG Hermes
  • Key Dates
    2006
    Chief Operating Officer, EFG Hermes
  • Key Dates
    2003
    CEO , Global Transaction Services Asia Pacific, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    2001
    CEO, Corporate Bank Australia/NZ & Country Corporate Officer, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1998
    CEO, Egypt & Country Corporate Officer, Citibank
  • Key Dates
    1997
    Vice President, Strategic Planning, Citibank New York
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Head of Investor Derivative Sales, Citibank London
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Head Trader, US$ Swaps, Citibank London
  • Key Dates
    1990
    Head of NZ Derivatives Sales and Trading, Citibank New Zealand
Chief Financial Officer

Our Management

Susie Babani
Susie Babani
Susie Babani Group Managing Director, Human Resources

Susie Babani joined ANZ in December 2007 as Group Managing Director, Human Resources.

Skills, experience and expertise

As a key member of the ANZ Management team, Susie is responsible for delivering innovative HR strategies, programs and policies to support the employment and development of ANZ's 44,000 employees globally and ensuring ANZ has the right people and capabilities to deliver its super regional strategy.

Prior to joining ANZ, Susie worked for HSBC from 1989 to 2007 in England, China, Canada and the USA. From 2004, she was Chief Operating Officer, Global Resourcing, East Asia, where she was responsible for five business process offshoring sites in China, Malaysia and the Philippines, as well as compliance, communications and call centre strategy.

Previously, Susie was Executive Vice President, Human Resources, based in New York where she led the HR function for North America. A key focus area during that period was building a strong diversity culture within the organisation as well as a variety of due diligence and post acquisition integration activities.

As Global Head of HR, HSBC Asset Management, Susie led a virtual HR team across three continents and seven countries. She also served as Senior Vice President Human Resources, HSBC Bank Canada and Head of Human Resources, HSBC Offshore, based in Jersey, Channel Islands. Prior to joining HSBC, Susie worked in both generalist and compensation roles in the engineering, financial services and retail sectors.

Susie was educated in the UK and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Management Studies.

Susie enjoys travel, theatre, museums, art and music.

  • Key Dates
    2007
    Joined ANZ as Group General Manager, Human Resources
  • Key Dates
    2007
    Appointed Global Head of HR, HSBC Insurance
  • Key Dates
    2003
    Chief Operating Officer, Global Resourcing HSBC Group (East Asia)
  • Key Dates
    1999
    Executive Vice President, HSBC Bank USA
  • Key Dates
    1997
    Global Head of HR, HSBC Asset Management
  • Key Dates
    1994
    Senior Vice President HR, HSBC Bank Canada
  • Key Dates
    1988
    Various HR roles with HSBC
Susie Babani
Susie Babani
Susie Babani Group Managing Director, Human Resources

Susie Babani joined ANZ in December 2007 as Group Managing Director, Human Resources.

Skills, experience and expertise

As a key member of the ANZ Management team, Susie is responsible for delivering innovative HR strategies, programs and policies to support the employment and development of ANZ's 44,000 employees globally and ensuring ANZ has the right people and capabilities to deliver its super regional strategy.

Prior to joining ANZ, Susie worked for HSBC from 1989 to 2007 in England, China, Canada and the USA. From 2004, she was Chief Operating Officer, Global Resourcing, East Asia, where she was responsible for five business process offshoring sites in China, Malaysia and the Philippines, as well as compliance, communications and call centre strategy.

Previously, Susie was Executive Vice President, Human Resources, based in New York where she led the HR function for North America. A key focus area during that period was building a strong diversity culture within the organisation as well as a variety of due diligence and post acquisition integration activities.

As Global Head of HR, HSBC Asset Management, Susie led a virtual HR team across three continents and seven countries. She also served as Senior Vice President Human Resources, HSBC Bank Canada and Head of Human Resources, HSBC Offshore, based in Jersey, Channel Islands. Prior to joining HSBC, Susie worked in both generalist and compensation roles in the engineering, financial services and retail sectors.

Susie was educated in the UK and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Management Studies.

Susie enjoys travel, theatre, museums, art and music.

  • Key Dates
    2007
    Joined ANZ as Group General Manager, Human Resources
  • Key Dates
    2007
    Appointed Global Head of HR, HSBC Insurance
  • Key Dates
    2003
    Chief Operating Officer, Global Resourcing HSBC Group (East Asia)
  • Key Dates
    1999
    Executive Vice President, HSBC Bank USA
  • Key Dates
    1997
    Global Head of HR, HSBC Asset Management
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    1994
    Senior Vice President HR, HSBC Bank Canada
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    1988
    Various HR roles with HSBC
Group Managing Director, Human Resources
Philip Chronican
Philip Chronican
Philip Chronican Chief Executive Officer ANZ Australia, Executive Director

Philip Chronican is Chief Executive Officer, ANZ Australia.

Skills, experience and expertise

Philip oversees the Australian geography and is specifically responsible for the bank’s retail and commercial business and customers in Australia, as well as leading ANZ's retail segment on a global basis.

Philip joined ANZ in November 2009. Prior to this, Philip was Group Executive for Westpac Institutional Bank since 2005 and Chief Financial Officer for Westpac Banking Corporation between 2001 and 2005.

Philip had a long career with Westpac Banking Corporation which included various roles in retail banking, capital markets, treasury, economics and strategy.

In addition to his ANZ commitments, Philip is a Director of New South Wales Treasury Corporation (NSW TCorp) and Chairman of NSW TCorp’s Audit and Risk Committee.

Philip holds a Bachelor of Commerce with Honours from the University of Otago in New Zealand and a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from the International Management Institute, Geneva.

  • Key Dates
    2009
    Appointed Chief Executive Officer, Australia
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Appointed Group Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank
  • Key Dates
    2001
    Appointed Chief Financial Officer, Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Key Dates
    1981
    Joined Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Key Dates
    1978
    Joined the Treasury, New Zealand Government
Philip Chronican
Philip Chronican
Philip Chronican Chief Executive Officer ANZ Australia, Executive Director

Philip Chronican is Chief Executive Officer, ANZ Australia.

Skills, experience and expertise

Philip oversees the Australian geography and is specifically responsible for the bank’s retail and commercial business and customers in Australia, as well as leading ANZ's retail segment on a global basis.

Philip joined ANZ in November 2009. Prior to this, Philip was Group Executive for Westpac Institutional Bank since 2005 and Chief Financial Officer for Westpac Banking Corporation between 2001 and 2005.

Philip had a long career with Westpac Banking Corporation which included various roles in retail banking, capital markets, treasury, economics and strategy.

In addition to his ANZ commitments, Philip is a Director of New South Wales Treasury Corporation (NSW TCorp) and Chairman of NSW TCorp’s Audit and Risk Committee.

Philip holds a Bachelor of Commerce with Honours from the University of Otago in New Zealand and a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from the International Management Institute, Geneva.

  • Key Dates
    2009
    Appointed Chief Executive Officer, Australia
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Appointed Group Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank
  • Key Dates
    2001
    Appointed Chief Financial Officer, Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Key Dates
    1981
    Joined Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Key Dates
    1978
    Joined the Treasury, New Zealand Government
Chief Executive Officer ANZ Australia, Executive Director
Alistair Currie
Alistair Currie
Alistair Currie Group Chief Operating Officer

Alistair Currie is Group Chief Operating Officer, responsible for technology, shared services, operations and property.

Skills, experience and expertise

Prior to his appointment, Alistair was Managing Director, Transaction Banking, Institutional.

An experienced international banker with a track record in delivering business transformation and high quality customer outcomes, Alistair joined ANZ from HSBC in November in 2008, where he had 18 years of global experience in transaction services, trade finance and commercial banking. He was previously President and CEO of HSBC Taiwan, where he led a staff of more than 3,500. Other positions include senior roles in Asia, the Middle East, the UK and the US, including COO of Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank in San Francisco.

As Regional Head of Trade Services for HSBC Asia Pacific, Alistair was responsible for trade finance, supply chain and structured trade in 21 countries, and further developed HSBC's market-leading trade finance position in the region.

Alistair was born in Scotland and grew up in Hong Kong. He holds a Master of Science (Management) from Imperial College, University of London, UK and a Bachelor of Science (Design & Technology) from Brunel University, UK.

  • Key Dates
    2011
    Appointed Group Chief Operating Officer
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Joined ANZ as Managing Director, Transaction Banking
  • Key Dates
    2007
    President and CEO , HSBC Taiwan
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Regional Head of Trade Services, HSBC Asia Office, Hong Kong
  • Key Dates
    2002
    COO, Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank NA, San Francisco
Alistair Currie
Alistair Currie
Alistair Currie Group Chief Operating Officer

Alistair Currie is Group Chief Operating Officer, responsible for technology, shared services, operations and property.

Skills, experience and expertise

Prior to his appointment, Alistair was Managing Director, Transaction Banking, Institutional.

An experienced international banker with a track record in delivering business transformation and high quality customer outcomes, Alistair joined ANZ from HSBC in November in 2008, where he had 18 years of global experience in transaction services, trade finance and commercial banking. He was previously President and CEO of HSBC Taiwan, where he led a staff of more than 3,500. Other positions include senior roles in Asia, the Middle East, the UK and the US, including COO of Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank in San Francisco.

As Regional Head of Trade Services for HSBC Asia Pacific, Alistair was responsible for trade finance, supply chain and structured trade in 21 countries, and further developed HSBC's market-leading trade finance position in the region.

Alistair was born in Scotland and grew up in Hong Kong. He holds a Master of Science (Management) from Imperial College, University of London, UK and a Bachelor of Science (Design & Technology) from Brunel University, UK.

  • Key Dates
    2011
    Appointed Group Chief Operating Officer
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Joined ANZ as Managing Director, Transaction Banking
  • Key Dates
    2007
    President and CEO , HSBC Taiwan
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Regional Head of Trade Services, HSBC Asia Office, Hong Kong
  • Key Dates
    2002
    COO, Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank NA, San Francisco
Group Chief Operating Officer
Andrew Géczy
Andrew Géczy
Andrew Géczy Chief Executive Officer International & Institutional Banking

Andrew Géczy was appointed Chief Executive Officer International & Institutional Banking in September 2013.

Skills, experience and expertise

Andrew Géczy is a senior international banker with 25 years experience in wholesale banking, markets and asset management.

Between 2009 and 2013, Andrew was a senior executive at Lloyds Banking Group where he was CEO Wholesale Banking and Markets. In this role, he had global responsibility for Corporate and Institutional Banking, Sales and Trading, Capital Markets, Structured Corporate Finance, Transaction Banking, and Portfolio Management.

He joined Lloyds Banking Group from the specialist investment advisory and asset management firm, Manresa Partners, which he founded in 2005 with offices in London, New York, Hong Kong, and Dublin.

Previously, Andrew was with Citigroup where he held a number of leadership roles in Corporate and Institutional Banking between 1991 and 2005.

He was Global Head of Structured Corporate Finance from 2001 with responsibilities covering more than 80 countries including a significant growth business in Asia. He was also a member of Citigroup's Global Fixed Income Management Committee, the Global Banking Operating Committee, and Board Member of Citigroup Europe PLC and other Citigroup affiliates.

Andrew began his career in accounting with Price Waterhouse and KPMG having completed a Master of Science at the University of Virginia.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Joined ANZ as Chief Executive Officer, IIB
Andrew Géczy
Andrew Géczy
Andrew Géczy Chief Executive Officer International & Institutional Banking

Andrew Géczy was appointed Chief Executive Officer International & Institutional Banking in September 2013.

Skills, experience and expertise

Andrew Géczy is a senior international banker with 25 years experience in wholesale banking, markets and asset management.

Between 2009 and 2013, Andrew was a senior executive at Lloyds Banking Group where he was CEO Wholesale Banking and Markets. In this role, he had global responsibility for Corporate and Institutional Banking, Sales and Trading, Capital Markets, Structured Corporate Finance, Transaction Banking, and Portfolio Management.

He joined Lloyds Banking Group from the specialist investment advisory and asset management firm, Manresa Partners, which he founded in 2005 with offices in London, New York, Hong Kong, and Dublin.

Previously, Andrew was with Citigroup where he held a number of leadership roles in Corporate and Institutional Banking between 1991 and 2005.

He was Global Head of Structured Corporate Finance from 2001 with responsibilities covering more than 80 countries including a significant growth business in Asia. He was also a member of Citigroup's Global Fixed Income Management Committee, the Global Banking Operating Committee, and Board Member of Citigroup Europe PLC and other Citigroup affiliates.

Andrew began his career in accounting with Price Waterhouse and KPMG having completed a Master of Science at the University of Virginia.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Joined ANZ as Chief Executive Officer, IIB
Chief Executive Officer International & Institutional Banking
David Hisco
David Hisco
David Hisco Chief Executive Officer ANZ New Zealand

David Hisco was appointed CEO of ANZ New Zealand, New Zealand’s largest financial services organisation, in August 2010.  He is also head of ANZ's Commercial segment globally and has held this position since 2008.

Skills, experience and expertise

During his 30+ year career at ANZ, David has held a number of senior executive roles in retail and commercial banking.

His experience in New Zealand includes being Managing Director of finance company UDC between 1998 and 2000, oversight of Eftpos New Zealand from 2002 to 2004, Chairman of UDC from 2005 to 2007 and oversight of New Zealand Commercial since 2008.  David holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) from Deakin University, a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration and an Executive Masters of Business Administration, both from Monash University (Mt Eliza).

In 2013 David won the Asian Banker CEO Leadership Achievement Award for New Zealand.  This award is presented every three years for the delivery of strategy during that period.  David won the award for successfully leading the merger of The National Bank of New Zealand with ANZ. He is a founding director of the Australian food donation charity, Second Bite, a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, a Fellow Certified Practicing Accountant (Australia), and Chairman of children’s charity, The First Tee New Zealand.

  • Key Dates
    2010
    Appointment as Chief Executive Officer, ANZ New Zealand announced.
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Appointed Group Managing Director Commercial Banking.
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Appointed Managing Director, Esanda.
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Appointed Managing Director, Retail Banking.
  • Key Dates
    2002
    Appointed Managing Director, Merchant Payment Solutions Australia and New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Appointed General Manager, Merchant Acquiring.
  • Key Dates
    1998
    Appointed General Manager, UDC Finance, New Zealand.
David Hisco
David Hisco
David Hisco Chief Executive Officer ANZ New Zealand

David Hisco was appointed CEO of ANZ New Zealand, New Zealand’s largest financial services organisation, in August 2010.  He is also head of ANZ's Commercial segment globally and has held this position since 2008.

Skills, experience and expertise

During his 30+ year career at ANZ, David has held a number of senior executive roles in retail and commercial banking.

His experience in New Zealand includes being Managing Director of finance company UDC between 1998 and 2000, oversight of Eftpos New Zealand from 2002 to 2004, Chairman of UDC from 2005 to 2007 and oversight of New Zealand Commercial since 2008.  David holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) from Deakin University, a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration and an Executive Masters of Business Administration, both from Monash University (Mt Eliza).

In 2013 David won the Asian Banker CEO Leadership Achievement Award for New Zealand.  This award is presented every three years for the delivery of strategy during that period.  David won the award for successfully leading the merger of The National Bank of New Zealand with ANZ. He is a founding director of the Australian food donation charity, Second Bite, a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, a Fellow Certified Practicing Accountant (Australia), and Chairman of children’s charity, The First Tee New Zealand.

  • Key Dates
    2010
    Appointment as Chief Executive Officer, ANZ New Zealand announced.
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Appointed Group Managing Director Commercial Banking.
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Appointed Managing Director, Esanda.
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Appointed Managing Director, Retail Banking.
  • Key Dates
    2002
    Appointed Managing Director, Merchant Payment Solutions Australia and New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Appointed General Manager, Merchant Acquiring.
  • Key Dates
    1998
    Appointed General Manager, UDC Finance, New Zealand.
Chief Executive Officer ANZ New Zealand
Graham Hodges
Graham Hodges
Graham Hodges Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Graham was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer in May 2009.

Skills, experience and expertise

Prior to this role, Graham was Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand and a director of ANZ National Bank Limited responsible for the running of ANZ Group's New Zealand business. He was also acting Chief Executive Officer for Australia in 2009.

Graham has held the positions of Group Managing Director, Corporate, Managing Director, Small to Medium Business and Head of Corporate Banking for Australia and New Zealand.

Other prior roles with ANZ include State Manager, Business Banking for Victoria and Tasmania; and Regional Executive, Business Banking Melbourne.

Graham joined ANZ in 1991 and was appointed Chief Economist in 1992, a post he held for three years.

Before ANZ, Graham spent several years with the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC and nine years in Commonwealth Treasury in Canberra.

Graham has a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) from Monash University.

  • Key Dates
    2009
    Deputy Chief Executive Officer
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Chief Executive and Director of ANZ National Bank
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Group Managing Director, Corporate
  • Key Dates
    2002
    Managing Director, Corporate and Small to Medium Business
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Managing Director, Small Business
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Head of Corporate Banking, Australia & New Zealand
  • Key Dates
    1997
    State Manager, Business Banking Victoria & Tasmania
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Appointed ANZ’s Chief Economist
  • Key Dates
    1991
    Joined ANZ
Graham Hodges
Graham Hodges
Graham Hodges Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Graham was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer in May 2009.

Skills, experience and expertise

Prior to this role, Graham was Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand and a director of ANZ National Bank Limited responsible for the running of ANZ Group's New Zealand business. He was also acting Chief Executive Officer for Australia in 2009.

Graham has held the positions of Group Managing Director, Corporate, Managing Director, Small to Medium Business and Head of Corporate Banking for Australia and New Zealand.

Other prior roles with ANZ include State Manager, Business Banking for Victoria and Tasmania; and Regional Executive, Business Banking Melbourne.

Graham joined ANZ in 1991 and was appointed Chief Economist in 1992, a post he held for three years.

Before ANZ, Graham spent several years with the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC and nine years in Commonwealth Treasury in Canberra.

Graham has a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) from Monash University.

  • Key Dates
    2009
    Deputy Chief Executive Officer
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Chief Executive and Director of ANZ National Bank
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Group Managing Director, Corporate
  • Key Dates
    2002
    Managing Director, Corporate and Small to Medium Business
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Managing Director, Small Business
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Head of Corporate Banking, Australia & New Zealand
  • Key Dates
    1997
    State Manager, Business Banking Victoria & Tasmania
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Appointed ANZ’s Chief Economist
  • Key Dates
    1991
    Joined ANZ
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Joyce Phillips
Joyce Phillips
Joyce Phillips Chief Executive Officer Global Wealth Group Managing Director, Marketing and Innovation

Joyce Phillips is CEO Global Wealth and the Group Managing Director and Management Board member responsible for Marketing and Innovation at ANZ.

Skills, experience and expertise

ANZ is one of the world’s top 15 banks with over 47,000 people working in 33 geographies. ANZ Global Wealth provides insurance, investment and superannuation solutions as well as Private Banking for customers across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. The division serves over two million customers, manages approximately $62 billion in investment and retirement savings and has approximately $2 billion in in-force risk premiums.

During her career of over 25 years, Joyce has held a number of senior roles in banking and financial services with global and regional responsibilities. In 2014, Joyce was also appointed to the Board of Directors of Reinsurance Group of America, one of the largest life reinsurers globally, serving on the Compensation Committee and Nominating & Governance Committee.

Prior to joining ANZ in 2009, Joyce was President and Chief Operating Officer at American Life Insurance Company (ALICO) a subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. (AIG), which had operations in 55 countries.

Joyce joined ALICO from Citigroup, where she was head of International Retail Banking. In that role she was responsible for strengthening product distribution and expansion in Citigroup’s global retail banking franchise in 42 countries. Business lines under Joyce's leadership included online banking, loans, deposits, investments and insurance.

Previously, Joyce held various senior positions in Citigroup Japan, including Country Business Manager and Representative Director of Citibank’s Retail Bank, as well as President and CEO of Citicorp Diners Club Japan.

Joyce joined Citigroup in 1999 from GE Capital, where she held senior management positions in the Global Consumer Finance Division.

Joyce was named to the U.S. Banker "25 Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance" list in 2006, 2007 and 2008. She has an MBA from the Stern School of Business, New York University and is fluent in Japanese.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed CEO Global Wealth and Private Banking
  • Key Dates
    2009
    ANZ Group Managing Director, Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions, Marketing and Innovation
  • Key Dates
    2006
    President & Chief Operating Officer, American Life Insurance Company (ALICO), New York AIG
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Head of International Retail Banking, New York, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Country Business Manager, Japan, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1998
    President & CEO , Citicorp Diners Club, Japan, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1996
    Managing Director, GE Capital Global Consumer Finance, GE Japan
  • Key Dates
    1994
    Director Marketing, GE Capital, GE USA
Joyce Phillips
Joyce Phillips
Joyce Phillips Chief Executive Officer Global Wealth Group Managing Director, Marketing and Innovation

Joyce Phillips is CEO Global Wealth and the Group Managing Director and Management Board member responsible for Marketing and Innovation at ANZ.

Skills, experience and expertise

ANZ is one of the world’s top 15 banks with over 47,000 people working in 33 geographies. ANZ Global Wealth provides insurance, investment and superannuation solutions as well as Private Banking for customers across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. The division serves over two million customers, manages approximately $62 billion in investment and retirement savings and has approximately $2 billion in in-force risk premiums.

During her career of over 25 years, Joyce has held a number of senior roles in banking and financial services with global and regional responsibilities. In 2014, Joyce was also appointed to the Board of Directors of Reinsurance Group of America, one of the largest life reinsurers globally, serving on the Compensation Committee and Nominating & Governance Committee.

Prior to joining ANZ in 2009, Joyce was President and Chief Operating Officer at American Life Insurance Company (ALICO) a subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. (AIG), which had operations in 55 countries.

Joyce joined ALICO from Citigroup, where she was head of International Retail Banking. In that role she was responsible for strengthening product distribution and expansion in Citigroup’s global retail banking franchise in 42 countries. Business lines under Joyce's leadership included online banking, loans, deposits, investments and insurance.

Previously, Joyce held various senior positions in Citigroup Japan, including Country Business Manager and Representative Director of Citibank’s Retail Bank, as well as President and CEO of Citicorp Diners Club Japan.

Joyce joined Citigroup in 1999 from GE Capital, where she held senior management positions in the Global Consumer Finance Division.

Joyce was named to the U.S. Banker "25 Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance" list in 2006, 2007 and 2008. She has an MBA from the Stern School of Business, New York University and is fluent in Japanese.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed CEO Global Wealth and Private Banking
  • Key Dates
    2009
    ANZ Group Managing Director, Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions, Marketing and Innovation
  • Key Dates
    2006
    President & Chief Operating Officer, American Life Insurance Company (ALICO), New York AIG
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Head of International Retail Banking, New York, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Country Business Manager, Japan, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1998
    President & CEO , Citicorp Diners Club, Japan, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1996
    Managing Director, GE Capital Global Consumer Finance, GE Japan
  • Key Dates
    1994
    Director Marketing, GE Capital, GE USA
Chief Executive Officer Global Wealth Group Managing Director, Marketing and Innovation
Gilles Planté
Gilles Planté
Gilles Planté Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking

Gilles Planté is Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking

Skills, experience and expertise

Gilles Planté is Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking (IIB) at ANZ. He is a member of ANZ's Management Board and the Chairman of the Board of ANZ Bank (China) Company Limited.

Gilles has responsibility to improve delivery to customers across all segments and geographies. This includes direct responsibility for Customer Strategy, Solutions & Execution, Marketing, Communications & Corporate Affairs, Economics & Research, Treasury and Asia Partnerships across the 33 markets where ANZ does business.

Gilles joined ANZ in 1997 after 10 years of financial markets experience in Paris, Tokyo, New York and Singapore; predominantly with Credit Suisse.

During his time at ANZ, Gilles has held a number of senior roles including most recently CEO Asia Pacific. He was previously the Global Head of Markets.

Gilles is a Member of the Boards of the Bank of Tianjin – one of ANZ's partnership banks in China, and AMMB Holdings Berhad - ANZ's partner in Malaysia.

Gilles holds a Master of Science from Ecole Spéciale de Méchanique et d’Electricité (ESME) in Paris. Gilles holds dual French and Australian citizenship and is currently based in Hong Kong.

Residence: Hong Kong
Gilles Planté
Gilles Planté
Gilles Planté Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking

Gilles Planté is Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking

Skills, experience and expertise

Gilles Planté is Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking (IIB) at ANZ. He is a member of ANZ's Management Board and the Chairman of the Board of ANZ Bank (China) Company Limited.

Gilles has responsibility to improve delivery to customers across all segments and geographies. This includes direct responsibility for Customer Strategy, Solutions & Execution, Marketing, Communications & Corporate Affairs, Economics & Research, Treasury and Asia Partnerships across the 33 markets where ANZ does business.

Gilles joined ANZ in 1997 after 10 years of financial markets experience in Paris, Tokyo, New York and Singapore; predominantly with Credit Suisse.

During his time at ANZ, Gilles has held a number of senior roles including most recently CEO Asia Pacific. He was previously the Global Head of Markets.

Gilles is a Member of the Boards of the Bank of Tianjin – one of ANZ's partnership banks in China, and AMMB Holdings Berhad - ANZ's partner in Malaysia.

Gilles holds a Master of Science from Ecole Spéciale de Méchanique et d’Electricité (ESME) in Paris. Gilles holds dual French and Australian citizenship and is currently based in Hong Kong.

Residence: Hong Kong
Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking
Nigel Williams
Nigel Williams
Nigel Williams Chief Risk Officer

Nigel Williams is ANZ's Chief Risk Officer.

Skills, experience and expertise

Nigel is responsible for the ANZ Group's Risk Management, overseeing our global Credit, Market and Operational Risk and Compliance teams as well as risk related strategies, policies and processes.

He has more than 30 years banking experience in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Prior to his current role he was Managing Director of Institutional Australia and has previously held the role of Managing Director Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking in New Zealand having joined ANZ in 2003. 

Nigel graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Commerce with majors in Marketing, Accounting and Finance and has also attended leadership and strategy training at the University of Michigan, USA, Duke University, USA and Oxford University, England.

He is a Director on the Board of Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank, and a Director of ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited.

Since 2004 he has been an active member of ANZ’s Diversity Council with a particular interest in gender balance, and is also Executive Sponsor of ANZ’s Pride Network.

Nigel is a past member of the 2008 NZ Government Taskforce on Capital Markets Development. He is also a former Director of NZX Limited, E*TRADE Australia Limited and Australian Financial Markets Association.

He is a Chartered member of New Zealand Institute of Directors, and in 2009 was awarded a fellow of INFINZ.

He is also a member of the Art Gallery NSW President's Council, a past Chairman of the City Art Gallery Foundation and a past Chairman of Wellesley College.

  • Key Dates
    2011
    Appointed Chief Risk Officer, ANZ.
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Appointed Managing Director, Australia, Institutional.
  • Key Dates
    2006
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking, New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional, New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2003
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional Markets, ANZ National Bank Limited.
  • Key Dates
    1996
    Appointed Treasurer, National Bank of New Zealand Limited.
  • Key Dates
    1983
    Joined South Pacific Merchant Finance.
Nigel Williams
Nigel Williams
Nigel Williams Chief Risk Officer

Nigel Williams is ANZ's Chief Risk Officer.

Skills, experience and expertise

Nigel is responsible for the ANZ Group's Risk Management, overseeing our global Credit, Market and Operational Risk and Compliance teams as well as risk related strategies, policies and processes.

He has more than 30 years banking experience in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Prior to his current role he was Managing Director of Institutional Australia and has previously held the role of Managing Director Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking in New Zealand having joined ANZ in 2003. 

Nigel graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Commerce with majors in Marketing, Accounting and Finance and has also attended leadership and strategy training at the University of Michigan, USA, Duke University, USA and Oxford University, England.

He is a Director on the Board of Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank, and a Director of ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited.

Since 2004 he has been an active member of ANZ’s Diversity Council with a particular interest in gender balance, and is also Executive Sponsor of ANZ’s Pride Network.

Nigel is a past member of the 2008 NZ Government Taskforce on Capital Markets Development. He is also a former Director of NZX Limited, E*TRADE Australia Limited and Australian Financial Markets Association.

He is a Chartered member of New Zealand Institute of Directors, and in 2009 was awarded a fellow of INFINZ.

He is also a member of the Art Gallery NSW President's Council, a past Chairman of the City Art Gallery Foundation and a past Chairman of Wellesley College.

  • Key Dates
    2011
    Appointed Chief Risk Officer, ANZ.
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Appointed Managing Director, Australia, Institutional.
  • Key Dates
    2006
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking, New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional, New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2003
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional Markets, ANZ National Bank Limited.
  • Key Dates
    1996
    Appointed Treasurer, National Bank of New Zealand Limited.
  • Key Dates
    1983
    Joined South Pacific Merchant Finance.
Chief Risk Officer

Our Management

  • Key Dates
    2007
    Joined ANZ as Group General Manager, Human Resources
  • Key Dates
    2007
    Appointed Global Head of HR, HSBC Insurance
  • Key Dates
    2003
    Chief Operating Officer, Global Resourcing HSBC Group (East Asia)
  • Key Dates
    1999
    Executive Vice President, HSBC Bank USA
  • Key Dates
    1997
    Global Head of HR, HSBC Asset Management
  • Key Dates
    1994
    Senior Vice President HR, HSBC Bank Canada
  • Key Dates
    1988
    Various HR roles with HSBC
Susie Babani
Susie Babani
Susie Babani Group Managing Director, Human Resources

Susie Babani joined ANZ in December 2007 as Group Managing Director, Human Resources.

Skills, experience and expertise

As a key member of the ANZ Management team, Susie is responsible for delivering innovative HR strategies, programs and policies to support the employment and development of ANZ's 44,000 employees globally and ensuring ANZ has the right people and capabilities to deliver its super regional strategy.

Prior to joining ANZ, Susie worked for HSBC from 1989 to 2007 in England, China, Canada and the USA. From 2004, she was Chief Operating Officer, Global Resourcing, East Asia, where she was responsible for five business process offshoring sites in China, Malaysia and the Philippines, as well as compliance, communications and call centre strategy.

Previously, Susie was Executive Vice President, Human Resources, based in New York where she led the HR function for North America. A key focus area during that period was building a strong diversity culture within the organisation as well as a variety of due diligence and post acquisition integration activities.

As Global Head of HR, HSBC Asset Management, Susie led a virtual HR team across three continents and seven countries. She also served as Senior Vice President Human Resources, HSBC Bank Canada and Head of Human Resources, HSBC Offshore, based in Jersey, Channel Islands. Prior to joining HSBC, Susie worked in both generalist and compensation roles in the engineering, financial services and retail sectors.

Susie was educated in the UK and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Management Studies.

Susie enjoys travel, theatre, museums, art and music.

  • Key Dates
    2007
    Joined ANZ as Group General Manager, Human Resources
  • Key Dates
    2007
    Appointed Global Head of HR, HSBC Insurance
  • Key Dates
    2003
    Chief Operating Officer, Global Resourcing HSBC Group (East Asia)
  • Key Dates
    1999
    Executive Vice President, HSBC Bank USA
  • Key Dates
    1997
    Global Head of HR, HSBC Asset Management
  • Key Dates
    1994
    Senior Vice President HR, HSBC Bank Canada
  • Key Dates
    1988
    Various HR roles with HSBC
Susie Babani
Susie Babani
Susie Babani Group Managing Director, Human Resources

Susie Babani joined ANZ in December 2007 as Group Managing Director, Human Resources.

Skills, experience and expertise

As a key member of the ANZ Management team, Susie is responsible for delivering innovative HR strategies, programs and policies to support the employment and development of ANZ's 44,000 employees globally and ensuring ANZ has the right people and capabilities to deliver its super regional strategy.

Prior to joining ANZ, Susie worked for HSBC from 1989 to 2007 in England, China, Canada and the USA. From 2004, she was Chief Operating Officer, Global Resourcing, East Asia, where she was responsible for five business process offshoring sites in China, Malaysia and the Philippines, as well as compliance, communications and call centre strategy.

Previously, Susie was Executive Vice President, Human Resources, based in New York where she led the HR function for North America. A key focus area during that period was building a strong diversity culture within the organisation as well as a variety of due diligence and post acquisition integration activities.

As Global Head of HR, HSBC Asset Management, Susie led a virtual HR team across three continents and seven countries. She also served as Senior Vice President Human Resources, HSBC Bank Canada and Head of Human Resources, HSBC Offshore, based in Jersey, Channel Islands. Prior to joining HSBC, Susie worked in both generalist and compensation roles in the engineering, financial services and retail sectors.

Susie was educated in the UK and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Management Studies.

Susie enjoys travel, theatre, museums, art and music.

  • Key Dates
    2007
    Joined ANZ as Group General Manager, Human Resources
  • Key Dates
    2007
    Appointed Global Head of HR, HSBC Insurance
  • Key Dates
    2003
    Chief Operating Officer, Global Resourcing HSBC Group (East Asia)
  • Key Dates
    1999
    Executive Vice President, HSBC Bank USA
  • Key Dates
    1997
    Global Head of HR, HSBC Asset Management
  • Key Dates
    1994
    Senior Vice President HR, HSBC Bank Canada
  • Key Dates
    1988
    Various HR roles with HSBC
Group Managing Director, Human Resources
  • Key Dates
    2009
    Appointed Chief Executive Officer, Australia
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Appointed Group Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank
  • Key Dates
    2001
    Appointed Chief Financial Officer, Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Key Dates
    1981
    Joined Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Key Dates
    1978
    Joined the Treasury, New Zealand Government
Philip Chronican
Philip Chronican
Philip Chronican Chief Executive Officer ANZ Australia, Executive Director

Philip Chronican is Chief Executive Officer, ANZ Australia.

Skills, experience and expertise

Philip oversees the Australian geography and is specifically responsible for the bank’s retail and commercial business and customers in Australia, as well as leading ANZ's retail segment on a global basis.

Philip joined ANZ in November 2009. Prior to this, Philip was Group Executive for Westpac Institutional Bank since 2005 and Chief Financial Officer for Westpac Banking Corporation between 2001 and 2005.

Philip had a long career with Westpac Banking Corporation which included various roles in retail banking, capital markets, treasury, economics and strategy.

In addition to his ANZ commitments, Philip is a Director of New South Wales Treasury Corporation (NSW TCorp) and Chairman of NSW TCorp’s Audit and Risk Committee.

Philip holds a Bachelor of Commerce with Honours from the University of Otago in New Zealand and a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from the International Management Institute, Geneva.

  • Key Dates
    2009
    Appointed Chief Executive Officer, Australia
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Appointed Group Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank
  • Key Dates
    2001
    Appointed Chief Financial Officer, Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Key Dates
    1981
    Joined Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Key Dates
    1978
    Joined the Treasury, New Zealand Government
Philip Chronican
Philip Chronican
Philip Chronican Chief Executive Officer ANZ Australia, Executive Director

Philip Chronican is Chief Executive Officer, ANZ Australia.

Skills, experience and expertise

Philip oversees the Australian geography and is specifically responsible for the bank’s retail and commercial business and customers in Australia, as well as leading ANZ's retail segment on a global basis.

Philip joined ANZ in November 2009. Prior to this, Philip was Group Executive for Westpac Institutional Bank since 2005 and Chief Financial Officer for Westpac Banking Corporation between 2001 and 2005.

Philip had a long career with Westpac Banking Corporation which included various roles in retail banking, capital markets, treasury, economics and strategy.

In addition to his ANZ commitments, Philip is a Director of New South Wales Treasury Corporation (NSW TCorp) and Chairman of NSW TCorp’s Audit and Risk Committee.

Philip holds a Bachelor of Commerce with Honours from the University of Otago in New Zealand and a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from the International Management Institute, Geneva.

  • Key Dates
    2009
    Appointed Chief Executive Officer, Australia
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Appointed Group Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank
  • Key Dates
    2001
    Appointed Chief Financial Officer, Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Key Dates
    1981
    Joined Westpac Banking Corporation
  • Key Dates
    1978
    Joined the Treasury, New Zealand Government
Chief Executive Officer ANZ Australia, Executive Director
  • Key Dates
    2011
    Appointed Group Chief Operating Officer
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Joined ANZ as Managing Director, Transaction Banking
  • Key Dates
    2007
    President and CEO , HSBC Taiwan
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Regional Head of Trade Services, HSBC Asia Office, Hong Kong
  • Key Dates
    2002
    COO, Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank NA, San Francisco
Alistair Currie
Alistair Currie
Alistair Currie Group Chief Operating Officer

Alistair Currie is Group Chief Operating Officer, responsible for technology, shared services, operations and property.

Skills, experience and expertise

Prior to his appointment, Alistair was Managing Director, Transaction Banking, Institutional.

An experienced international banker with a track record in delivering business transformation and high quality customer outcomes, Alistair joined ANZ from HSBC in November in 2008, where he had 18 years of global experience in transaction services, trade finance and commercial banking. He was previously President and CEO of HSBC Taiwan, where he led a staff of more than 3,500. Other positions include senior roles in Asia, the Middle East, the UK and the US, including COO of Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank in San Francisco.

As Regional Head of Trade Services for HSBC Asia Pacific, Alistair was responsible for trade finance, supply chain and structured trade in 21 countries, and further developed HSBC's market-leading trade finance position in the region.

Alistair was born in Scotland and grew up in Hong Kong. He holds a Master of Science (Management) from Imperial College, University of London, UK and a Bachelor of Science (Design & Technology) from Brunel University, UK.

  • Key Dates
    2011
    Appointed Group Chief Operating Officer
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Joined ANZ as Managing Director, Transaction Banking
  • Key Dates
    2007
    President and CEO , HSBC Taiwan
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Regional Head of Trade Services, HSBC Asia Office, Hong Kong
  • Key Dates
    2002
    COO, Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank NA, San Francisco
Alistair Currie
Alistair Currie
Alistair Currie Group Chief Operating Officer

Alistair Currie is Group Chief Operating Officer, responsible for technology, shared services, operations and property.

Skills, experience and expertise

Prior to his appointment, Alistair was Managing Director, Transaction Banking, Institutional.

An experienced international banker with a track record in delivering business transformation and high quality customer outcomes, Alistair joined ANZ from HSBC in November in 2008, where he had 18 years of global experience in transaction services, trade finance and commercial banking. He was previously President and CEO of HSBC Taiwan, where he led a staff of more than 3,500. Other positions include senior roles in Asia, the Middle East, the UK and the US, including COO of Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank in San Francisco.

As Regional Head of Trade Services for HSBC Asia Pacific, Alistair was responsible for trade finance, supply chain and structured trade in 21 countries, and further developed HSBC's market-leading trade finance position in the region.

Alistair was born in Scotland and grew up in Hong Kong. He holds a Master of Science (Management) from Imperial College, University of London, UK and a Bachelor of Science (Design & Technology) from Brunel University, UK.

  • Key Dates
    2011
    Appointed Group Chief Operating Officer
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Joined ANZ as Managing Director, Transaction Banking
  • Key Dates
    2007
    President and CEO , HSBC Taiwan
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Regional Head of Trade Services, HSBC Asia Office, Hong Kong
  • Key Dates
    2002
    COO, Wells Fargo HSBC Trade Bank NA, San Francisco
Group Chief Operating Officer
  • Key Dates
    2012
    Joined ANZ as Chief Executive Officer, IIB
Andrew Géczy
Andrew Géczy
Andrew Géczy Chief Executive Officer International & Institutional Banking

Andrew Géczy was appointed Chief Executive Officer International & Institutional Banking in September 2013.

Skills, experience and expertise

Andrew Géczy is a senior international banker with 25 years experience in wholesale banking, markets and asset management.

Between 2009 and 2013, Andrew was a senior executive at Lloyds Banking Group where he was CEO Wholesale Banking and Markets. In this role, he had global responsibility for Corporate and Institutional Banking, Sales and Trading, Capital Markets, Structured Corporate Finance, Transaction Banking, and Portfolio Management.

He joined Lloyds Banking Group from the specialist investment advisory and asset management firm, Manresa Partners, which he founded in 2005 with offices in London, New York, Hong Kong, and Dublin.

Previously, Andrew was with Citigroup where he held a number of leadership roles in Corporate and Institutional Banking between 1991 and 2005.

He was Global Head of Structured Corporate Finance from 2001 with responsibilities covering more than 80 countries including a significant growth business in Asia. He was also a member of Citigroup's Global Fixed Income Management Committee, the Global Banking Operating Committee, and Board Member of Citigroup Europe PLC and other Citigroup affiliates.

Andrew began his career in accounting with Price Waterhouse and KPMG having completed a Master of Science at the University of Virginia.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Joined ANZ as Chief Executive Officer, IIB
Andrew Géczy
Andrew Géczy
Andrew Géczy Chief Executive Officer International & Institutional Banking

Andrew Géczy was appointed Chief Executive Officer International & Institutional Banking in September 2013.

Skills, experience and expertise

Andrew Géczy is a senior international banker with 25 years experience in wholesale banking, markets and asset management.

Between 2009 and 2013, Andrew was a senior executive at Lloyds Banking Group where he was CEO Wholesale Banking and Markets. In this role, he had global responsibility for Corporate and Institutional Banking, Sales and Trading, Capital Markets, Structured Corporate Finance, Transaction Banking, and Portfolio Management.

He joined Lloyds Banking Group from the specialist investment advisory and asset management firm, Manresa Partners, which he founded in 2005 with offices in London, New York, Hong Kong, and Dublin.

Previously, Andrew was with Citigroup where he held a number of leadership roles in Corporate and Institutional Banking between 1991 and 2005.

He was Global Head of Structured Corporate Finance from 2001 with responsibilities covering more than 80 countries including a significant growth business in Asia. He was also a member of Citigroup's Global Fixed Income Management Committee, the Global Banking Operating Committee, and Board Member of Citigroup Europe PLC and other Citigroup affiliates.

Andrew began his career in accounting with Price Waterhouse and KPMG having completed a Master of Science at the University of Virginia.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Joined ANZ as Chief Executive Officer, IIB
Chief Executive Officer International & Institutional Banking
  • Key Dates
    2010
    Appointment as Chief Executive Officer, ANZ New Zealand announced.
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Appointed Group Managing Director Commercial Banking.
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Appointed Managing Director, Esanda.
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Appointed Managing Director, Retail Banking.
  • Key Dates
    2002
    Appointed Managing Director, Merchant Payment Solutions Australia and New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Appointed General Manager, Merchant Acquiring.
  • Key Dates
    1998
    Appointed General Manager, UDC Finance, New Zealand.
David Hisco
David Hisco
David Hisco Chief Executive Officer ANZ New Zealand

David Hisco was appointed CEO of ANZ New Zealand, New Zealand’s largest financial services organisation, in August 2010.  He is also head of ANZ's Commercial segment globally and has held this position since 2008.

Skills, experience and expertise

During his 30+ year career at ANZ, David has held a number of senior executive roles in retail and commercial banking.

His experience in New Zealand includes being Managing Director of finance company UDC between 1998 and 2000, oversight of Eftpos New Zealand from 2002 to 2004, Chairman of UDC from 2005 to 2007 and oversight of New Zealand Commercial since 2008.  David holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) from Deakin University, a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration and an Executive Masters of Business Administration, both from Monash University (Mt Eliza).

In 2013 David won the Asian Banker CEO Leadership Achievement Award for New Zealand.  This award is presented every three years for the delivery of strategy during that period.  David won the award for successfully leading the merger of The National Bank of New Zealand with ANZ. He is a founding director of the Australian food donation charity, Second Bite, a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, a Fellow Certified Practicing Accountant (Australia), and Chairman of children’s charity, The First Tee New Zealand.

  • Key Dates
    2010
    Appointment as Chief Executive Officer, ANZ New Zealand announced.
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Appointed Group Managing Director Commercial Banking.
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Appointed Managing Director, Esanda.
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Appointed Managing Director, Retail Banking.
  • Key Dates
    2002
    Appointed Managing Director, Merchant Payment Solutions Australia and New Zealand.
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    2000
    Appointed General Manager, Merchant Acquiring.
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    1998
    Appointed General Manager, UDC Finance, New Zealand.
David Hisco
David Hisco
David Hisco Chief Executive Officer ANZ New Zealand

David Hisco was appointed CEO of ANZ New Zealand, New Zealand’s largest financial services organisation, in August 2010.  He is also head of ANZ's Commercial segment globally and has held this position since 2008.

Skills, experience and expertise

During his 30+ year career at ANZ, David has held a number of senior executive roles in retail and commercial banking.

His experience in New Zealand includes being Managing Director of finance company UDC between 1998 and 2000, oversight of Eftpos New Zealand from 2002 to 2004, Chairman of UDC from 2005 to 2007 and oversight of New Zealand Commercial since 2008.  David holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) from Deakin University, a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration and an Executive Masters of Business Administration, both from Monash University (Mt Eliza).

In 2013 David won the Asian Banker CEO Leadership Achievement Award for New Zealand.  This award is presented every three years for the delivery of strategy during that period.  David won the award for successfully leading the merger of The National Bank of New Zealand with ANZ. He is a founding director of the Australian food donation charity, Second Bite, a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, a Fellow Certified Practicing Accountant (Australia), and Chairman of children’s charity, The First Tee New Zealand.

  • Key Dates
    2010
    Appointment as Chief Executive Officer, ANZ New Zealand announced.
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Appointed Group Managing Director Commercial Banking.
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Appointed Managing Director, Esanda.
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Appointed Managing Director, Retail Banking.
  • Key Dates
    2002
    Appointed Managing Director, Merchant Payment Solutions Australia and New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Appointed General Manager, Merchant Acquiring.
  • Key Dates
    1998
    Appointed General Manager, UDC Finance, New Zealand.
Chief Executive Officer ANZ New Zealand
  • Key Dates
    2009
    Deputy Chief Executive Officer
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Chief Executive and Director of ANZ National Bank
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Group Managing Director, Corporate
  • Key Dates
    2002
    Managing Director, Corporate and Small to Medium Business
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Managing Director, Small Business
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Head of Corporate Banking, Australia & New Zealand
  • Key Dates
    1997
    State Manager, Business Banking Victoria & Tasmania
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Appointed ANZ’s Chief Economist
  • Key Dates
    1991
    Joined ANZ
Graham Hodges
Graham Hodges
Graham Hodges Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Graham was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer in May 2009.

Skills, experience and expertise

Prior to this role, Graham was Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand and a director of ANZ National Bank Limited responsible for the running of ANZ Group's New Zealand business. He was also acting Chief Executive Officer for Australia in 2009.

Graham has held the positions of Group Managing Director, Corporate, Managing Director, Small to Medium Business and Head of Corporate Banking for Australia and New Zealand.

Other prior roles with ANZ include State Manager, Business Banking for Victoria and Tasmania; and Regional Executive, Business Banking Melbourne.

Graham joined ANZ in 1991 and was appointed Chief Economist in 1992, a post he held for three years.

Before ANZ, Graham spent several years with the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC and nine years in Commonwealth Treasury in Canberra.

Graham has a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) from Monash University.

  • Key Dates
    2009
    Deputy Chief Executive Officer
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Chief Executive and Director of ANZ National Bank
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Group Managing Director, Corporate
  • Key Dates
    2002
    Managing Director, Corporate and Small to Medium Business
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Managing Director, Small Business
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Head of Corporate Banking, Australia & New Zealand
  • Key Dates
    1997
    State Manager, Business Banking Victoria & Tasmania
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Appointed ANZ’s Chief Economist
  • Key Dates
    1991
    Joined ANZ
Graham Hodges
Graham Hodges
Graham Hodges Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Graham was appointed Deputy Chief Executive Officer in May 2009.

Skills, experience and expertise

Prior to this role, Graham was Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand and a director of ANZ National Bank Limited responsible for the running of ANZ Group's New Zealand business. He was also acting Chief Executive Officer for Australia in 2009.

Graham has held the positions of Group Managing Director, Corporate, Managing Director, Small to Medium Business and Head of Corporate Banking for Australia and New Zealand.

Other prior roles with ANZ include State Manager, Business Banking for Victoria and Tasmania; and Regional Executive, Business Banking Melbourne.

Graham joined ANZ in 1991 and was appointed Chief Economist in 1992, a post he held for three years.

Before ANZ, Graham spent several years with the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC and nine years in Commonwealth Treasury in Canberra.

Graham has a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) from Monash University.

  • Key Dates
    2009
    Deputy Chief Executive Officer
  • Key Dates
    2005
    Chief Executive and Director of ANZ National Bank
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Group Managing Director, Corporate
  • Key Dates
    2002
    Managing Director, Corporate and Small to Medium Business
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Managing Director, Small Business
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Head of Corporate Banking, Australia & New Zealand
  • Key Dates
    1997
    State Manager, Business Banking Victoria & Tasmania
  • Key Dates
    1992
    Appointed ANZ’s Chief Economist
  • Key Dates
    1991
    Joined ANZ
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed CEO Global Wealth and Private Banking
  • Key Dates
    2009
    ANZ Group Managing Director, Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions, Marketing and Innovation
  • Key Dates
    2006
    President & Chief Operating Officer, American Life Insurance Company (ALICO), New York AIG
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Head of International Retail Banking, New York, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Country Business Manager, Japan, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1998
    President & CEO , Citicorp Diners Club, Japan, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1996
    Managing Director, GE Capital Global Consumer Finance, GE Japan
  • Key Dates
    1994
    Director Marketing, GE Capital, GE USA
Joyce Phillips
Joyce Phillips
Joyce Phillips Chief Executive Officer Global Wealth Group Managing Director, Marketing and Innovation

Joyce Phillips is CEO Global Wealth and the Group Managing Director and Management Board member responsible for Marketing and Innovation at ANZ.

Skills, experience and expertise

ANZ is one of the world’s top 15 banks with over 47,000 people working in 33 geographies. ANZ Global Wealth provides insurance, investment and superannuation solutions as well as Private Banking for customers across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. The division serves over two million customers, manages approximately $62 billion in investment and retirement savings and has approximately $2 billion in in-force risk premiums.

During her career of over 25 years, Joyce has held a number of senior roles in banking and financial services with global and regional responsibilities. In 2014, Joyce was also appointed to the Board of Directors of Reinsurance Group of America, one of the largest life reinsurers globally, serving on the Compensation Committee and Nominating & Governance Committee.

Prior to joining ANZ in 2009, Joyce was President and Chief Operating Officer at American Life Insurance Company (ALICO) a subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. (AIG), which had operations in 55 countries.

Joyce joined ALICO from Citigroup, where she was head of International Retail Banking. In that role she was responsible for strengthening product distribution and expansion in Citigroup’s global retail banking franchise in 42 countries. Business lines under Joyce's leadership included online banking, loans, deposits, investments and insurance.

Previously, Joyce held various senior positions in Citigroup Japan, including Country Business Manager and Representative Director of Citibank’s Retail Bank, as well as President and CEO of Citicorp Diners Club Japan.

Joyce joined Citigroup in 1999 from GE Capital, where she held senior management positions in the Global Consumer Finance Division.

Joyce was named to the U.S. Banker "25 Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance" list in 2006, 2007 and 2008. She has an MBA from the Stern School of Business, New York University and is fluent in Japanese.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed CEO Global Wealth and Private Banking
  • Key Dates
    2009
    ANZ Group Managing Director, Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions, Marketing and Innovation
  • Key Dates
    2006
    President & Chief Operating Officer, American Life Insurance Company (ALICO), New York AIG
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Head of International Retail Banking, New York, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Country Business Manager, Japan, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1998
    President & CEO , Citicorp Diners Club, Japan, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1996
    Managing Director, GE Capital Global Consumer Finance, GE Japan
  • Key Dates
    1994
    Director Marketing, GE Capital, GE USA
Joyce Phillips
Joyce Phillips
Joyce Phillips Chief Executive Officer Global Wealth Group Managing Director, Marketing and Innovation

Joyce Phillips is CEO Global Wealth and the Group Managing Director and Management Board member responsible for Marketing and Innovation at ANZ.

Skills, experience and expertise

ANZ is one of the world’s top 15 banks with over 47,000 people working in 33 geographies. ANZ Global Wealth provides insurance, investment and superannuation solutions as well as Private Banking for customers across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. The division serves over two million customers, manages approximately $62 billion in investment and retirement savings and has approximately $2 billion in in-force risk premiums.

During her career of over 25 years, Joyce has held a number of senior roles in banking and financial services with global and regional responsibilities. In 2014, Joyce was also appointed to the Board of Directors of Reinsurance Group of America, one of the largest life reinsurers globally, serving on the Compensation Committee and Nominating & Governance Committee.

Prior to joining ANZ in 2009, Joyce was President and Chief Operating Officer at American Life Insurance Company (ALICO) a subsidiary of American International Group, Inc. (AIG), which had operations in 55 countries.

Joyce joined ALICO from Citigroup, where she was head of International Retail Banking. In that role she was responsible for strengthening product distribution and expansion in Citigroup’s global retail banking franchise in 42 countries. Business lines under Joyce's leadership included online banking, loans, deposits, investments and insurance.

Previously, Joyce held various senior positions in Citigroup Japan, including Country Business Manager and Representative Director of Citibank’s Retail Bank, as well as President and CEO of Citicorp Diners Club Japan.

Joyce joined Citigroup in 1999 from GE Capital, where she held senior management positions in the Global Consumer Finance Division.

Joyce was named to the U.S. Banker "25 Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance" list in 2006, 2007 and 2008. She has an MBA from the Stern School of Business, New York University and is fluent in Japanese.

  • Key Dates
    2012
    Appointed CEO Global Wealth and Private Banking
  • Key Dates
    2009
    ANZ Group Managing Director, Strategy, Mergers & Acquisitions, Marketing and Innovation
  • Key Dates
    2006
    President & Chief Operating Officer, American Life Insurance Company (ALICO), New York AIG
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Head of International Retail Banking, New York, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    2000
    Country Business Manager, Japan, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1998
    President & CEO , Citicorp Diners Club, Japan, Citigroup
  • Key Dates
    1996
    Managing Director, GE Capital Global Consumer Finance, GE Japan
  • Key Dates
    1994
    Director Marketing, GE Capital, GE USA
Chief Executive Officer Global Wealth Group Managing Director, Marketing and Innovation
Gilles Planté
Gilles Planté
Gilles Planté Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking

Gilles Planté is Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking

Skills, experience and expertise

Gilles Planté is Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking (IIB) at ANZ. He is a member of ANZ's Management Board and the Chairman of the Board of ANZ Bank (China) Company Limited.

Gilles has responsibility to improve delivery to customers across all segments and geographies. This includes direct responsibility for Customer Strategy, Solutions & Execution, Marketing, Communications & Corporate Affairs, Economics & Research, Treasury and Asia Partnerships across the 33 markets where ANZ does business.

Gilles joined ANZ in 1997 after 10 years of financial markets experience in Paris, Tokyo, New York and Singapore; predominantly with Credit Suisse.

During his time at ANZ, Gilles has held a number of senior roles including most recently CEO Asia Pacific. He was previously the Global Head of Markets.

Gilles is a Member of the Boards of the Bank of Tianjin – one of ANZ's partnership banks in China, and AMMB Holdings Berhad - ANZ's partner in Malaysia.

Gilles holds a Master of Science from Ecole Spéciale de Méchanique et d’Electricité (ESME) in Paris. Gilles holds dual French and Australian citizenship and is currently based in Hong Kong.

Residence: Hong Kong
Gilles Planté
Gilles Planté
Gilles Planté Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking

Gilles Planté is Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking

Skills, experience and expertise

Gilles Planté is Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking (IIB) at ANZ. He is a member of ANZ's Management Board and the Chairman of the Board of ANZ Bank (China) Company Limited.

Gilles has responsibility to improve delivery to customers across all segments and geographies. This includes direct responsibility for Customer Strategy, Solutions & Execution, Marketing, Communications & Corporate Affairs, Economics & Research, Treasury and Asia Partnerships across the 33 markets where ANZ does business.

Gilles joined ANZ in 1997 after 10 years of financial markets experience in Paris, Tokyo, New York and Singapore; predominantly with Credit Suisse.

During his time at ANZ, Gilles has held a number of senior roles including most recently CEO Asia Pacific. He was previously the Global Head of Markets.

Gilles is a Member of the Boards of the Bank of Tianjin – one of ANZ's partnership banks in China, and AMMB Holdings Berhad - ANZ's partner in Malaysia.

Gilles holds a Master of Science from Ecole Spéciale de Méchanique et d’Electricité (ESME) in Paris. Gilles holds dual French and Australian citizenship and is currently based in Hong Kong.

Residence: Hong Kong
Deputy CEO, International & Institutional Banking
  • Key Dates
    2011
    Appointed Chief Risk Officer, ANZ.
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Appointed Managing Director, Australia, Institutional.
  • Key Dates
    2006
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking, New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional, New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2003
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional Markets, ANZ National Bank Limited.
  • Key Dates
    1996
    Appointed Treasurer, National Bank of New Zealand Limited.
  • Key Dates
    1983
    Joined South Pacific Merchant Finance.
Nigel Williams
Nigel Williams
Nigel Williams Chief Risk Officer

Nigel Williams is ANZ's Chief Risk Officer.

Skills, experience and expertise

Nigel is responsible for the ANZ Group's Risk Management, overseeing our global Credit, Market and Operational Risk and Compliance teams as well as risk related strategies, policies and processes.

He has more than 30 years banking experience in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Prior to his current role he was Managing Director of Institutional Australia and has previously held the role of Managing Director Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking in New Zealand having joined ANZ in 2003. 

Nigel graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Commerce with majors in Marketing, Accounting and Finance and has also attended leadership and strategy training at the University of Michigan, USA, Duke University, USA and Oxford University, England.

He is a Director on the Board of Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank, and a Director of ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited.

Since 2004 he has been an active member of ANZ’s Diversity Council with a particular interest in gender balance, and is also Executive Sponsor of ANZ’s Pride Network.

Nigel is a past member of the 2008 NZ Government Taskforce on Capital Markets Development. He is also a former Director of NZX Limited, E*TRADE Australia Limited and Australian Financial Markets Association.

He is a Chartered member of New Zealand Institute of Directors, and in 2009 was awarded a fellow of INFINZ.

He is also a member of the Art Gallery NSW President's Council, a past Chairman of the City Art Gallery Foundation and a past Chairman of Wellesley College.

  • Key Dates
    2011
    Appointed Chief Risk Officer, ANZ.
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Appointed Managing Director, Australia, Institutional.
  • Key Dates
    2006
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking, New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional, New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2003
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional Markets, ANZ National Bank Limited.
  • Key Dates
    1996
    Appointed Treasurer, National Bank of New Zealand Limited.
  • Key Dates
    1983
    Joined South Pacific Merchant Finance.
Nigel Williams
Nigel Williams
Nigel Williams Chief Risk Officer

Nigel Williams is ANZ's Chief Risk Officer.

Skills, experience and expertise

Nigel is responsible for the ANZ Group's Risk Management, overseeing our global Credit, Market and Operational Risk and Compliance teams as well as risk related strategies, policies and processes.

He has more than 30 years banking experience in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Prior to his current role he was Managing Director of Institutional Australia and has previously held the role of Managing Director Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking in New Zealand having joined ANZ in 2003. 

Nigel graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Commerce with majors in Marketing, Accounting and Finance and has also attended leadership and strategy training at the University of Michigan, USA, Duke University, USA and Oxford University, England.

He is a Director on the Board of Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank, and a Director of ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited.

Since 2004 he has been an active member of ANZ’s Diversity Council with a particular interest in gender balance, and is also Executive Sponsor of ANZ’s Pride Network.

Nigel is a past member of the 2008 NZ Government Taskforce on Capital Markets Development. He is also a former Director of NZX Limited, E*TRADE Australia Limited and Australian Financial Markets Association.

He is a Chartered member of New Zealand Institute of Directors, and in 2009 was awarded a fellow of INFINZ.

He is also a member of the Art Gallery NSW President's Council, a past Chairman of the City Art Gallery Foundation and a past Chairman of Wellesley College.

  • Key Dates
    2011
    Appointed Chief Risk Officer, ANZ.
  • Key Dates
    2008
    Appointed Managing Director, Australia, Institutional.
  • Key Dates
    2006
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional, Corporate and Commercial Banking, New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2004
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional, New Zealand.
  • Key Dates
    2003
    Appointed Managing Director, Institutional Markets, ANZ National Bank Limited.
  • Key Dates
    1996
    Appointed Treasurer, National Bank of New Zealand Limited.
  • Key Dates
    1983
    Joined South Pacific Merchant Finance.
Chief Risk Officer