ASB director Robert Jesudason resigns

Sun, 02 Nov 2014

By Suze Metherell Nov. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Robert Jesudason, an executive at Commonwealth Bank Australia, has resigned from the board of the Australian bank's New Zealand arm, ASB Bank. Jesudason resigned as non-executive director effective Friday, ASB said in a statement to the New Zealand stock exchange. He had been on the board since December 2011 and has recently taken up a new role as group executive of international finance services for CBA in Hong Kong, according to his LinkedIn profile. In August, ASB Bank lifted its annual cash...

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