Tania Motton appointed Customer Executive, NAB

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National Australia Bank (NAB) today announced Tania Motton has been appointed to the role of Customer Executive, NAB Partners – Southern, reporting to Chief Customer Officer Business and Private Banking, Anthony Healy.

In this newly created executive role, Ms Motton will lead a team of dedicated bankers across Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia from NAB Business, Specialised Banking and NAB Private.

Ms Motton joins NAB from ANZ, where she held a number of senior roles over the past 14 years including General Manager, Business Banking Australia; General Manager, Regional SME Banking Australia; and Chief of Staff to former ANZ CEO Mike Smith.

Commenting on the appointment, Mr Healy said: “We have a clear strategy to back Australian businesses and support the Australian economy. Tania’s leadership strengths and deep understanding of business banking will ensure we continue to deliver a great customer experience.”

Ms Motton commences in the new role on 6 August, 2018.

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