CBA chairman announces retirement

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On Wednesday, 27 April, the big four bank announced that Catherine Livingstone AO has decided to retire from the board effective August 2022. The board has confirmed non-executive director Paul O’Malley as Ms Livingstone’s successor who will take on the position from 10 August 2022. Ms Livingstone joined the CBA board on 1 March 2016 before becoming chair on 1 January 2017.

“I have been honoured to serve as CBA’s chair through a time when the bank has addressed a number of complex challenges and in doing so, rebuilt is reputation as an organisation that seeks to deliver positive outcomes for its customers, people and shareholders,” Ms Livingstone said. “During the coronavirus pandemic, CBA has demonstrated unequivocally that a strong, stable, well-capitalised banking sector is vital to Australia’s economic and social wellbeing. “It is a tribute to the efforts of CBA’s 48,000 people that they have been committed to transforming the organisation into a simpler and better bank clearly focused on its customers.

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