Teachers Mutual Bank’s sister division, UniBank, has appointed Mike Lanzing to the role of general manager.
Mr Lanzing, who was formerly national corporate sales manager at HCF Australia, has been placed at the helm to “grow and develop UniBank as the financial institution of choice for the tertiary education sector”.
He has experience leading teams in business development and lending at major financial institutions, including AMP — where he was NSW education manager — as well as at Bankwest, and the Australian Military Bank (formerly, the Australian Defence Credit Union).
Speaking of the appointment, the CEO of Teachers Mutual Bank Limited, Steve James, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Mike to the UniBank team and the Teachers Mutual Bank Limited family. His industry insight and proven record of business development achievements will be a key asset in growing our UniBank brand nationally’, said Steve James.
“We will be excited to see the growth in our UniBank brand over the next 12 months under Mike’s leadership,” he added.
Mr Lanzing said he was “delighted to accept” the appointment as UniBank’s general manager, which he said has an “established history of achieving for its members through high calibre customer service and competitive financial products”.
He added: “In partnership with Teachers Mutual Bank, I’m looking forward to making UniBank the first choice for staff, students, and graduates of the tertiary education sector”.
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