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Mike Skilling Appointed to SBS Bank Board

22 August 2014

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Mike Skilling Appointed to SBS Bank Board

SBS Bank Chairman John Ward today announced Mike Skilling had been appointed to the Bank’s Board of Directors.

“Mike has had considerable exposure to the business of banking historically. His focus within the retail, private, rural and business banking sectors, together with insurance, managed funds and finance companies, will enable him to make a significant contribution to governance and commercial aspects of SBS,” Ward said.

As well as other commercial involvements and directorships, Mr Skilling was a founding director of The ICEHOUSE entity. Currently, his community involvement includes judging both the Auckland Business and the Indian Business Awards.

He has an Ag Science Degree (farm management and valuation), a post graduate Banking diploma, is a fellow of FINSIA (Financial Services Institute of Australasia) and a member of the NZ Institute of Directors.

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