A non-major lender has announced the departure of its business development manager.
Adelaide Bank has announced that Mark Nyman has stepped down from his role as business development manager (BDM).
In a statement released to brokers, Adelaide Bank noted that Mr Nyman has decided to pursue other interests.
“We wish Mark well in his new endeavours and thank him for his contribution to our business and partners in New South Wales,” the bank said.
The lender has also announced that Don McLean will perform the role of BDM until a permanent replacement is found.
Mr Nyman joined Adelaide Bank in April 2016, after serving as BDM at National Australia Bank (NAB) for over two years.
Prior to joining NAB, Mr Nyman served as a BDM and as a senior manager at St. George Bank from 2006 to 2010.
Mr Nyman also served as director of a brokerage, Custom Financial Services, from 2002 to 2006, and again from 2010 to 2015.
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