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ASB appoints Executive General Manager David Bullock

Friday 7 December 2018

ASB appoints David Bullock as Executive General Manager Technology and Operations

ASB is pleased to announce that David Bullock has been appointed to the bank’s executive leadership team in the role of Executive General Manager, Technology and Operations.

Mr Bullock joins ASB from his most recent role as Executive General Manager, Technology Operations, Risk and Control at IAG. Over the course of his career in New Zealand and the UK, he has developed extensive experience in technology and financial services, involving executive roles in finance, strategy, technology and operations.

ASB Chief Executive Vittoria Shortt says David Bullock is a customer-focused leader with a values-centric style, underpinned by an outstanding big-picture way of thinking.


“I am delighted to announce David Bullock’s appointment. It is evident from his career achievements that he places a huge emphasis on building a positive team culture. He is passionate about the important role that technology is playing in shaping the future of banking, and making sure we deliver the best outcomes for our customers,” Ms Shortt says.

Mr Bullock is looking forward to using his broad skill set to help accelerate the financial progress of ASB customers.

“I am inspired by the desire and commitment of ASB to innovate at pace to achieve better outcomes for our customers. I’m looking forward to working with the team at ASB and our customers to achieve this,” Mr Bullock says.

Mr Bullock is based at ASB’s North Wharf office in Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter and his appointment is effective immediately.

For more information about ASB visit www.asb.co.nz.
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