Board of directors
David Turner, Chairman
Director of the Bank since August 2006.
David Turner was appointed Chairman of the Bank in February 2010.
He is Chairman of the Board Performance and Renewal Committee, and a member of the Risk Committee and the Remuneration Committee.
Mr Turner has extensive experience in finance, international business and governance.
He was Chairman of Cobham plc from May 2008 until May 2010. He has held a number of Directorships including Whitbread plc and the Iron Trades Insurance Group and has been a member of the Quotations Committee of the London Stock Exchange.
He was CEO of Brambles Limited from October 2003 until his retirement in June 2007, and formerly CFO from 2001 until 2003. He was also Finance Director of GKN plc and Finance Director of Booker plc, and spent six years with Mobil Oil.
Other Directorships: Ashurst Australia, O’Connell Street Associates Pty Ltd and Great Barrier Reef Foundation.
Qualifications: Fellow of the Institute of Company Directors, Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
Mr Turner is a resident of New South Wales. Age 70.
Ian Narev, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer
Director of the Bank since December 2011.
Ian Narev was appointed Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer on 1 December 2011.
Mr Narev joined the Group in May 2007. From then until January 2009, he was Group Head of Strategy, with responsibility for corporate strategy development, mergers and acquisitions and major cross business strategic initiatives.
From January 2009 until September 2011, Mr Narev was Group Executive, Business and Private Banking, one of the Group’s six operating divisions.
Prior to joining CBA, Mr Narev was a partner of McKinsey’s New York, Sydney and Auckland offices (1998 to 2007). He became a global partner in 2003, and from 2005 until his departure in 2007 was head of McKinsey’s New Zealand office. Prior to joining McKinsey, Mr Narev was a lawyer specialising in mergers and acquisitions.
Other Directorships: Commonwealth Bank Foundation (Chairman), and Financial Markets Foundation for Children.
Qualifications: BA LLB (Hons) (Auckland); LLM (Cantab), LLM (NYU).
Mr Narev is a resident of New South Wales. Age 47.
Sir John Anderson, KBE
Director of the Bank since March 2007.
Sir John Anderson is a member of the Risk Committee, the Board Performance and Renewal Committee and the Audit Committee.
He has held many senior positions in the New Zealand finance industry, including Chief Executive Officer and Director of ANZ National Bank Limited from 2003 until 2005 and the National Bank of New Zealand Limited from 1989 until 2003.
In 1994, he was awarded Knight Commander of the Civil Division of the Order of the British Empire, and in 2005 received the inaugural Blake Medal for “Outstanding Leadership Contributions to New Zealand”. In 2012, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Commerce by Victoria University, Wellington.
Other Directorships: PGG Wrightson Limited (Chairman; ceased October 2013), NPT Limited (Chairman), Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd (Chairman from October 2012), and Turners & Growers Limited (Deputy Chairman from December 2012).
Qualifications: Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants, Fellow of the Institute of Financial Professionals New Zealand, Fellow of the Institute of Directors, and Life Member of the Australian Institute of Banking and Finance.
Sir John is a resident of Wellington, New Zealand. Age 69.
Director of the Bank since June 2014
Shirish Apte is a member of the Risk Committee and the Audit Committee.
He was Co-Chairman of Citi Asia Pacific Banking from January 2012 until January 2014. Previously he was Chief Executive Officer of Citi Asia Pacific (2009 to 2011), with responsibility for South Asia, including Australia, New Zealand, India and ASEAN countries.
He has more than 32 years’ experience with Citi, including as CEO of Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East & Africa (CEEMEA) and, before that, as Country Manager and Deputy President of Citibank Handlowy, Poland.
Other Directorships: Crompton Greaves Ltd, Citibank Japan, and member of the Supervisory Board of Citibank Handlowy, Poland.
Qualifications: Chartered Accountant, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales; Bachelor of Commerce (Calcutta), MBA (London Business School).
Mr Apte is a resident of Singapore. Age 62.
Sir David Higgins
Director of the Bank since 1 September 2014.
Sir David Higgins is a member of the Remuneration Committee.
Sir David was the Chairman of High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd, the company responsible for developing and promoting the UK’s new high speed rail network. Prior to that, he was Chief Executive of Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd which is involved in the maintenance and development of railway infrastructure throughout the UK.
From 2006 until 2011, he was Chief Executive of the Olympic Delivery Authority where he oversaw the creation of the London 2012 Olympic Games venues, the Olympic Village and transport projects.
For the three years prior to 2005, he was Chief Executive of English Partnerships, the UK Government’s national housing and regeneration agency. In 1985, he joined Lend Lease, and was Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Lend Lease from 1995 until 2002.
Qualifications: Bachelor of Engineering (Civil), USyd, Diploma, Securities Institute of Australia.
Director of the Bank since March 2011.
Launa Inman is a member of the Audit Committee and the Remuneration Committee.
She was Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Billabong International Limited from 14 May 2012 until 2 August 2013. Prior to this, she was Managing Director of Target Australia Pty Limited (2005 to 2011), and Managing Director of Officeworks (2004 to 2005).
She has significant international and Australian experience in retailing, wholesale, property and logistics, as well as extensive marketing experience in traditional, digital and social media channels.
Other Directorships: Managing Director of Billabong International Limited (ceased August 2013), member of the Board of Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival and The Alannah and Madeline Foundation.
Qualifications: MCom, University of South Africa (UNISA), BCom (Hons) (UNISA), BCom (Economics and Accounting) (UNISA), and Australian Institute of Company Directors (Member).
Catherine Livingstone AO
Director of the Bank since March 2016.
Ms Livingstone is a highly respected company director with extensive business and finance experience across a broad range of industries and organisations. She is also a Chartered Accountant.
Between 2001 and 2006 Ms Livingstone was Chairman of the CSIRO. She has served on the Boards of Macquarie Group, Goodman Fielder and Rural Press and has contributed to work of the Innovation and Productivity Council for the New South Wales Government, as well as participated in many other government reviews.
Ms Livingstone’s executive career spanned more than 22 years in which she held general management and finance leadership roles, primarily in the medical devices sector and including six years as the Chief Executive of Cochlear Limited.
In 2008, Catherine was awarded Officer of the Order of Australia.
Other Directorships: Telstra Corporation Limited (Chairman), WorleyParsons Limited (Director), The George Institute for Global Health (Director), Saluda Medical Pty Ltd (Director), Business Council of Australia (President) and Australian Museum Trust (President).
Qualifications: BA (Accounting) (Honours), Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, Fellow of Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.
Director of the Bank since September 2010.
Brian Long is Chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of the Risk Committee.
He retired as a partner of Ernst & Young on 30 June 2010. Until that time he was the Chairman of both the Ernst & Young Global Advisory Council and the Oceania Area Advisory Council. He was one of the firm’s most experienced audit partners with over 30 years’ experience in serving as audit signing partner on major Australian public companies including those in the financial services, property, insurance and media sectors.
Other Directorships: Cantarella Bros. Pty Ltd, Ten Network Holdings Limited (Deputy Chairman) and Brambles Limited.
Qualifications: Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Mr Long is a resident of New South Wales. Age 68.
Director of the Bank since July 2008.
Andrew Mohl is a member of the Risk Committee and the Remuneration Committee.
He has over 35 years’ financial services experience. He was Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of AMP Limited from October 2002 until December 2007.
His previous roles at AMP included Managing Director, AMP Financial Services and Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer, AMP Asset Management.
He was a former Group Chief Economist, Chief Manager, Retail Banking and Managing Director, ANZ Funds Management at ANZ Banking Group. Mr Mohl commenced his career at the Reserve Bank of Australia where his roles included Senior Economist and Deputy Head of Research.
Other Directorships: Federal Government Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (Efic) (Chairman).
Qualifications: BEc (Hons), Monash.
Mr Mohl is a resident of New South Wales. Age 59.
Director of the Bank since March 2015.
Wendy Stops is a member of the Remuneration Committee.
Ms Stops was Senior Managing Director, Technology – Asia Pacific for Accenture Limited from 2012 until her retirement in June 2014. In this role she had responsibility for over 11,000 professional personnel spanning all industry groups and technology disciplines across 13 countries in Asia Pacific. Other most recent senior leadership positions held prior to this time included Global Managing Director, Technology Quality & Risk Management (2009-2012), Global Managing Director, Outsourcing Quality & Risk Management (2008-2009) and Director of Operations, Asia Pacific (2006-2008). She also served on Accenture’s Global Leadership Council from 2008 until her retirement. Ms Stops career at Accenture spanned some 32 years.
Other Directorships: Nil.
Qualifications: Bachelor of Applied Science (Information Technology).
Ms Stops is a resident of Melbourne. Age 54.
Director of the Bank since February 2007.
Harrison Young is Chairman of the Risk Committee and a member of the Audit Committee and the Board Performance and Renewal Committee.
He was Chairman of NBN Co Limited from March 2010 until March 2013. Previously he was a Director and Member of the Financial Stability Committee of the Bank of England (2009 to 2012), Chairman of Morgan Stanley Australia (2003 to 2007), and Vice Chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia (1998 to 2003).
Prior to that, Mr Young spent two years in Beijing as Chief Executive Officer of China International Capital Corporation. From 1991 until 1994, he was a senior officer of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in Washington.
Other Directorships: Nil.
Qualifications: A.B (Cum Laude) Harvard, LLD (Honoris Causa), Monash.
Mr Young is a resident of Victoria. Age 70.