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Straight Talk Speaker Series: Three Bank CEOs

1 May 2017

LENGTH: 1:01:49 MIN

Shayne Elliott (CEO, ANZ), Ian Narev (CEO and Managing Director, CBA), and Andrew Thorburn (Group CEO and Managing Director, NAB) talk candidly with Aviva CEO Mark Wilson about some of the issues facing their sector.

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Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson is Group Chief Executive Officer of Aviva.

Shayne Elliott

Shayne Elliott is Chief Executive Officer of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ).

Ian Narev

Ian Narev is Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA).

Andrew Thorburn

Andrew Thorburn Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of National Australia Bank (NAB).

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