NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK
Cameron Clyne, Group Chief Executive Officer
8 Whiteman Street
The challenges of doing business in today's multi-speed Australian economy
National Australia Bank CEO Cameron Clyne will talk about the multi-speed Australian economy and the challenges it presents for businesses across the country.
Cameron Clyne became Group Chief Executive Officer of National Australia Bank and a Director of the National Australia Bank Board in January 2009.
The Group comprises: NAB - the Australian personal and business bank, and wealth arm including MLC; the Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks in the UK; the Bank of New Zealand (BNZ); and Wholesale Banking, which operates globally. The Group also owns Great Western Bank in the United States of America and operations in Asia.
Cameron joined the Group in 2004 as a member of the Group Executive Committee, working on a range of strategic issues as Executive General Manager, Group Development, and Executive General Manager, Customer Solutions.
In these roles Cameron’s responsibilities included identifying business development and strategic opportunities, working across the wider National Australia Group on areas of collaboration and best practice, and leading the transformation of the Group’s major projects.
In January 2007 Cameron became Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of BNZ, with responsibility for its strategic positioning and performance, and over 5000 employees. During this time he also served as Chairman of the Bank of New Zealand Save the Kiwi Trust and the New Zealand Bankers Association.
Prior to joining NAB, Cameron’s extensive experience in the financial services industry included more than 12 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers, culminating in leading the Financial Services Industry practice in Asia Pacific, prior to the acquisition by IBM Consulting. During his consulting career he worked with many of the world’s leading banks in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Asia.
Over this period Cameron worked on projects covering mergers and acquisitions, culture and leadership, risk management, corporate governance, strategic market entry and performance improvement.
In 2008 Cameron was one of 245 individuals selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. The Forum of Young Global Leaders is a unique community of up to 300 people worldwide, who dedicate part of their time to jointly address global challenges including health, education, the environment, global governance and security, and development and poverty.
Rates (early bird rate concludes 31/1/2012)
Member - $125.00 early bird, $135.00 regular
Non Member - $175.00 early bird, $185.00