By our reporter
Melbourne, 26 June: National Australia Bank Limited (NAB) has announced appointing Peeyush Gupta as a non excutive director of the NAB board effective November 5th this year. The new appointment was made by NAB Chairman, Michael Chaney, today.
Gupta is currently on the boards of NAB’s Wealth Management Holdings including MLC, BNZ Life, Charter Hall Direct Property, SIRCA, Safety Return to Work and Support, and Quintessence Labs.
Gupta was a co-founder and the inaugural CEO of IPAC Securities, a pre-eminent wealth management firm spanning financial advice and institutional portfolio management, which was acquired by AXA.
In addition to wide ranging wealth management experience, he also has extensive corporate governance experience, having served as a director on trustee and responsible entity boards since the 1990s and as a director on multiple profit and not-for-profit boards.
Gupta holds an MBA in Finance and is an alumnus of Harvard Business School, London Business School and Australian Graduate School of Management.
Chaney said “We are delighted Peeyush has accepted our invitation to join the Board given his significant experience in wealth management and governance, in executive management and director capacities. He is a valuable addition to the NAB Board.”
Gupta will succeed Mr Geoff Tomlinson.
- SAT News Service