National Australia Bank today announced the appointment of Matt Brown as Executive General Manager, Asset Servicing.
Matt joins NAB with more than 20 years experience in banking and finance globally, including senior roles in fund services businesses across the Asia Pacific, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
His appointment is effective Monday, February 23.
Matt replaces Christine Bartlett who has announced her retirement from NAB to pursue a portfolio career.
Christine joined NAB in 2009 to lead NAB’s IT transformation program, NextGen, and was appointed EGM Asset Servicing in late 2012. Over this time the assets under custody have increased by 24% to $815 billion.
NAB Group Executive Product and Markets, Antony Cahill, said: “Matt is an experienced and talented executive with an outstanding track record of delivery at custody businesses, both in Australia and globally.
“I look forward to working with Matt and the Asset Servicing team as we step up our investment and focus on this important part of our business and delivering for our customers.
“I also want to acknowledge Christine’s contribution to Asset Servicing and more broadly across NAB.”
About NAB’s Asset Servicing division
Asset Servicing, part of NAB’s Product & Markets business, is the largest custodian in the Australian market with more than $815 billion in assets under custody and administration for Australian investors. It provides custody, master custody, investment administration and other related services to a range of locally and internationally domiciled clients. These include government agencies, investment managers, superannuation funds, insurance companies and banks. NAB has provided domestic custody services since 1950 and global custody and investment administration services since 1975.