MetLife nabs Statewide Super’s CEO

MetLife has announced Statewide Super’s current chief executive officer (CEO), Richard Nunn, would become their new CEO for Australia, effective 1 May 2019.

Nunn would bring over 30 years’ financial services experience across wealth management and banking in Australia and Asia, with roles at NAB, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, IOOF and AXA also on his resume.  

Chair of MetLife Australia, Geoff Brunsdon, said Nunn’s financial services experience and proven ability to deliver growth would make him a great fit for the life insurer.

Related News:

“MetLife continues to gather momentum in Australia, recently expanding into the retail market and winning the multi-million dollar Tasplan tender,” said Brunsdon. “I am confident Richard will continue to build on that momentum and deliver our vision of giving people the fastest, easiest and most caring life insurance experience.”

Vince Watt, MetLife’s chief financial officer, would continue as acting CEO until Nunn commences his new role in May.

Related Content

Secondary income earners underinsured

Couples or families relying on two incomes could hit dire financial straits if one income earner was unable to work, but many individuals in that situ...Read more

APRA warns on group margin compression

Superannuation funds have been urged to be cognisant of the government’s new Protecting Your Super legislation and not seek to press insurers to do ...Read more

Millennials confident with cash but not insurance

The majority of millennials (those aged 18 to 39) feel confident about their financial future, but aren’t prepared for the possibility of unemployme...Read more



Add new comment