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ANZ makes new appointment in Global Transaction Banking unit

17 July 2015  |  3760 views  |  0 Source: ANZ

ANZ today announced the appointment of Francyn Stuckey as Global Head of Capabilities and Client Solutions in its transaction banking business, reporting to Managing Director Global Transaction Banking Carole Berndt.

The new role brings together ANZ’s existing payments and cash management, clearing, digital and channels businesses, to optimise delivery and service for clients.

Ms Stuckey joins ANZ from Bank of America Merrill Lynch where she was Managing Director and Global Head of Strategic Solution Delivery for Global Transaction Services based in London. She was previously a Director of Global Transaction Services at Citigroup.

Commenting on the appointment Ms Berndt said: “Francyn is a recognised innovator in global transaction banking and strongly qualified to build and commercialise ANZ’s cash and trade solutions for our growing international client base.”

Ms Stuckey will commence the role in August, based in Hong Kong.

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