A key commitment of the merger with bcu, P&N Bank has established a new Brand Advisory Council.
The new P&N Bank Advisory Council will comprise experienced professionals from the WA community who will meet with General Manager P&N Bank, Anna Pearce, quarterly, offering their experience, unique skill set, networks and standing within the community to:
A marketing professional with more than 40 years’ experience, Brian has held senior management roles in banks/credit societies, the health industry and education.
An active board member, Brian is an experienced university lecturer, presenter, facilitator, consultant and trainer, who brings with him a wealth of banking and marketing knowledge.
Brian has experience at a CEO, Board and Chairman of the Board level over many years including a term as Director of UniCredit.
Lorna has over 20 years’ experience in senior positions in strategic development, operational management and change planning, with organisations such as Landgate, member-organisation HBF and City of Perth.
She is currently the CEO of Lifeline WA (a community partner of P&N Bank) and is a director of the WA Association for Mental Health.
Monish has had an extensive career in shaping and executing corporate strategy and digital transformation, having worked across a range of industries both in the public and private sector, and is currently a Board Director for Western Power and Landgate.
With substantial executive experience working for IBM, Deloitte, Arthur Andersen and the Federal and WA State Governments, Monish has advised ASX 200 clients on the intersection of technology and business reinvention in Australia, spanning design, development and execution to transform organisations.
A Senior Digital Consultant, Catriona has a decade of experience working with various major brands to develop transformative digital strategies.
With a deep understanding of digital technologies, Catriona brings a unique skillset with her ability to deliver successful, customer-centric solutions and digital transformation to organisations.
Mark is the CEO of Anglicare WA and has over 25 years’ experience across a range of human services, including service delivery to families and children, community development, public policy and services to offenders.
An active board member, Mark has held senior executive positions for the Government of Western Australia and worked in local government and community organisations.
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