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MyState appoints new CFO

MyState appoints new CFO

Hobart-based lender MyState has announced the appointment of David Harradine as chief financial officer.

Mr Harradine is currently partner, risk services and financial advisory in Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu's Hobart office, after joining the group from Price Waterhouse in 1999.

He leads a high-performing team specialising in financial services, including authorised deposit-taking institutions, wealth management, superannuation and insurance, and providing accounting, audit and advisory services for ASX-listed companies, large corporations and government.

Mr Harradine holds a bachelor of commerce from the University of Tasmania, is qualified as a chartered accountant and certified internal auditor, and is a member of the Risk Management Institute of Australasia.

He is also chairman of Centacare Tasmania, a provider of welfare and human services, and a board member of Affordable Community Housing Alliance Tasmania.

"We are delighted to welcome David to MyState Limited. He has good knowledge of our business, and his financial services experience will be a strong complement to our executive team as we continue to grow,” MyState managing director and chief executive officer Melos Sulicich said.

"I would like to thank [outgoing CFO] Tom Taylor for his contribution as chief financial officer during the past two years,” he said.

“He will leave us at the end of March 2015 at the end of his contract, having fulfilled an important role, and we wish him well for the future."

Mr Harradine will commence with MyState on 16 March 2015.

 

MyState appoints new CFO
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