Suncorp Banking and Wealth CEO to depart

Suncorp people and products ceo

30 October 2019
| By Mike |
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Suncorp Banking and Wealth chief executive, David Carter is to leave the company early next year to take up the role of chief executive of Queensland motoring organisation, RACQ.

The company announced to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) today that Carter would be departing the company to take up the new role early next year.

It said that the recruitment process to replace Cater had begun to identify both internal and external candidates from Australia and overseas.

The company said Suncrop general counsel Belinda Speier had been appointed to the senior leadership team and would be reporting directly to group chief executive, Steve Johnston and would assume responsibility for company secretariat bringing legal, corporate and board Governance under one team."

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