Australian banking group ANZ has appointed UK industry veteran David Cartwright as group managing director, operations, technology and shared services.
Cartwright was most recently CEO at Intelligent Processing Solutions Limited (iPSL), a joint venture created by Unisys, Lloyds TSB Bank, Barclays and HSBC that provides around 70% of cheque processing services in the UK.
Previously Cartwright had a 22-year career in operations and technology at Barclays. His most recent roles at the UK bank include director, operations and client experience, private clients and international (2002-2004), managing director, service delivery (1999-2002) and managing director, Barclays Technology Services (1998-99).
Cartwright will relocate from the UK to join ANZ in the next few months. In his new role Cartwright will report to ANZ chief executive officer John McFarlane.
Cartwright replaces Mike Grime at the Australian bank who is retiring this year.