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Non-bank boss steps down following merger

Non-bank boss steps down following merger

The managing director of RESIMAC, Warren McLeland, has stepped down from his role just weeks after the company’s merger with ASX listed non-bank lender, Homeloans group.

It has been announced today that while Warren McLeland will step down as managing director, he will continue his work through his role as non-executive director, representing “the interest of our largest shareholder, Somer Limited”, of which Mr McLeland is chairman.

“The board would like to acknowledge Warren's 18-year service leading the organisation," said Robert Scott, chairman.

“He has consistently maintained RESIMAC's strong credit rating, while overseeing growth, culminating on our recent successful merger.”

Scott McWilliam and Mary Ploughman have been appointed joint chief executive officers, while Ian Parkes will continue as chief financial officer.

More to come.

[Related: Bermuda-based fund manager to control mortgage supergroup]

 

 

Non-bank boss steps down following merger
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