11-Feb-2020 • Corporate

The Chairman of ME Bank, Mr James Evans, has announced the retirement of Mr Greg Combet as a Non-Executive Director of ME Bank, after five years on the Board.

Mr Evans said, “Greg has made a valuable contribution to the growth and evolution of ME Bank since joining as a Director in November 2014.  In a time of unprecedented change in and scrutiny of the banking industry, Greg’s insights and contributions have been especially helpful.  Greg has served on a number of Board committees including the Audit and Governance, Risk & Compliance, and People and Remuneration Committees.

“Greg’s commitment to our customers and our purpose, informed through his background of public service during his time as a Federal Government Minister and leader of the Australian Council of Trade Unions, has been of significant value to ME Bank and its customers.

“The Board and I thank Greg for his unwavering commitment and meaningful contribution. We wish him well in his future endeavours.”

Mr Combet said, “It has been a privilege to serve on the ME Bank Board. I leave ME Bank proud of its continuing growth and achievements in helping many working Australians get ahead through straightforward and affordable home loans and banking products. I wish both the bank and its customers well for the future.”

Mr Combet has been involved in industry superannuation for 30 years, including previously as a director of AustralianSuper.  Last year he was appointed as Chair of IFM Investors and Chair of Industry Super Australia. Mr Combet commented, “My retirement from the ME Bank Board will enable me to focus closely on these two demanding roles at a time of significant growth and change in the superannuation industry”.



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