Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) Ltd has appointed Francyn Stuckey as its newest Global Head of Capabilities and Client solutions, according to a recent Reuters report.
In her new role as ANZ’s Global Head, Ms. Stuckey will help fortify the group’s transaction banking business, where she will be based out of Hong Kong, reporting to Carole Berndt, ANZ’s Managing Director, Global Transaction Banking. Despite the announcement, Ms. Stuckey is slated to begin his new role only in October 2015.
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Ms. Stuckey joins ANZ from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML), having served in a similar role for the past three years. Based out of London, she also held the role of Strategic Solution Delivery Executive – Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at BAML, dating back to 2010.
Additional stops include Citigroup, where she held a number of senior and executive level positions, including director, vice president, and contractor, according to information made public on his Linkedin profile.
ANZ itself has been relatively devoid of any personnel changes during Q2 2015. Earlier this year, the group appointed Sean Birchley as its Head of International and Institutional Banking for Queensland, following the retirement of Russell Shields, who had left a noteworthy void.