Westpac Banking CorpWBC:ASX

32.96
0.40 / 1.23%
5.34m
3.60 %
1.52
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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
BrianHartzer
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director
4.45m AUD
47
2012
Mr. Brian Charles Hartzer is Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director of Westpac Banking Corp. Brian joined Westpac in 2012 as Chief Executive, Australian Financial Services (AFS) encompassing Westpac Retail & Business Banking, St.George Banking Group and BT Financial Group. He also has responsibility for the division’s banking products, marketing and risk management. In 2014, AFS delivered a 12% growth in cash earnings supported by improved growth, solid margins and lower impairment charges. All AFS businesses delivered double digit earnings growth for the year. Significant progress was also made across non-financial metrics including St.George and Westpac Retail & Business Banking leading the major banks for consumer and business customer satisfaction, while customer complaints fell 27% due to a focus on addressing the root causes of customer concerns. AFS employee engagement, at 88%, is above the global high performing norm. With more than 25 years in financial services, Brian’s career has included responsibility for retail, commercial banking and wealth management businesses across four continents. He started his career at First Manhattan Consulting Group in New York, where he spent 10 years as a strategy consultant to financial services organisations. In 1994, he moved to Australia to work on a variety of strategic projects for ANZ, including a secondment as head of Consumer Marketing. He returned to San Francisco with First Manhattan in 1997, before moving back to Australia in 1999 to join ANZ full time as Managing Director of the Group's Consumer Finance Division, which included the Bank's credit card, merchant services and personal loan businesses. Brian completed his Bachelor of Arts in European History (Summa Cum Laude) at Princeton University. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.
 
PhilipCoffey
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
2.54m AUD
55
2014
 
PeterKing
Chief Financial Officer
771.84k AUD
44
2014
 
BradCooper
Chief Executive Officer - BT Financial Group
2.21m AUD
52
2007
 
GeorgeFrazis
Chief Executive Officer - St.George Banking Group
2.13m AUD
50
2009
 
DavidMcLean
Chief Executive Officer of Westpac New Zealand Limited
--
--
2014
 
JohnArthur
Chief Operating Officer, Senior Company Secretary, Legal Counsel
2.19m AUD
59
2008
 
DavidCurran
Chief Information Officer
66.21k AUD
49
2014
 
AlexandraHolcomb
Chief Risk Officer
239.26k AUD
53
2014
 
ChristineParker
Group Executive - Human Resources & Corporate Affairs
1.48m AUD
54
2011
 
RobertWhitfield
Group Executive - Westpac Institutional Bank
3.06m AUD
50
2005
 
JasonYetton
Group Executive - Westpac Retail & Business Banking
1.67m AUD
43
2011
 
TimHartin
Group Company Secretary
--
--
2011
 
ElizabethBryan
Non-Executive Independent Director
--
69
2006
 
EwenCrouch
Non-Executive Independent Director
--
58
2013
 
AlisonDeans
Non-Executive Independent Director
--
46
2014
 
RobertElstone
Non-Executive Independent Director
--
61
2012
 
PeterHawkins
Non-Executive Independent Director
--
60
2008
 
PeterMarriott
Non-Executive Independent Director
--
57
2013
 
AndrewBowden
Head - Investor Relations
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