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Bank names new general manager

Bank names new general manager

A Queensland-based lender has today announced the appointment a new general manager.

Brad Steele has been named the new general manager, sales and distribution, for RACQ Bank.

Mr Steele, who most recently held the position of regional manager, Brisbane, at Suncorp, will take up his appointment early next month.

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RACQ Bank CEO Michelle Bagnall said that she was thrilled Mr Steele would be joining the leadership team as RACQ Bank looked to grow and cement its place as a leader in financial services in Queensland.

“Brad will be a wonderful asset for our team, bringing more than 30 years’ experience in banking in Queensland,” Ms Bagnall said.

“Since RACQ Bank launched in late 2017, we’ve had a wonderful response from RACQ members, necessitating the need to expand and advance our sales and distribution team.

“Brad’s experience and commitment to improving the banking industry for the benefit of Queenslanders makes him the perfect cultural fit for RACQ Bank.”

Mr Steele said that he was thrilled to be joining Queensland’s newest mutual bank.

“I’m incredibly proud and excited to be joining RACQ Bank at such a pivotal time for the organisation,” Mr Steele said.

“The potential for growth and the chance to offer innovative, customer-focused banking solutions is extremely exciting.”

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