Westpac’s former general manager of mortgage distribution has been awarded the top job at another lender.
Melos Sulicich started his new role today as chief executive and managing director of Tasmanian-based MyState. He has succeeded John Gilbert, who retired in March.
Mr Sulicich served as a Westpac Group executive and the RAMS chief executive from 2008–2013.
MyState chairman Miles Hampton said Mr Sulicich had considerable experience in financial services, particularly mortgage broking and wealth management.
“This is of significance as we continue to grow a strong, diversified financial services organisation,” he said.
“Mr Sulicich has demonstrated significant success in delivering growth in his previous roles and the board is confident that he will drive the trajectory of our organisation.”
Mr Sulicich will be based in Hobart and has been awarded a four-year contract.
[Related: Melos Sulicich resigns from RAMS]
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