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ANZ has appointed Vishnu Mohan as its chief executive Pacific in addition to his current role as chief executive Fiji and Pacific Central region.

Reporting to CEO Asia Pacific Gilles Planté, Mohan will be responsible for ANZ’s businesses across 12 Pacific countries and replaces former CEO Pacific Michael Rowland, who has taken a new role at ANZ as General Manager, Transformation, Customer Experience and Business Productivity.

Mohan was previously CEO Papua New Guinea and Pacific North West region. Prior to this, he was an adviser with ANZ’s partnership bank AmBank in Malaysia and spent over 30 years with Standard Chartered Bank in senior executive roles covering the Middle East, North America, Africa, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Singapore.

By Reginald Chandar




 

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