Auswide Bank has confirmed that it is actively seeking to replace its head of third party following the recent departure of Charlton Nevis.
Auswide Bank told The Adviser that after leading the bank’s third-party channel for almost five years, Charlton Nevis has taken the opportunity to pursue personal interests and develop the next chapter of his professional career.
“Charlton Nevis has made a valuable contribution to Auswide Bank’s strategic goals and our broker relationship team has grown under his guidance,” an Auswide spokesperson said.
“Our broker relationship managers are highly capable, energised and looking forward to connecting with our introducer partners in 2018. At this time, Auswide Bank is actively seeking to appoint a replacement to this role.”
The bank said that it is positioned for a strong year ahead.
“We anticipate working in partnership with our aggregator and broker partners to provide our mutual customers with market-leading products supported by strong service delivery.”
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