Cameron Clyne

NAB head Clyneto retire on 31 July

NAB head Clyneto retire on 31 JulyCameron Clyne, the head of the Australia Bank has announced his decision to leave the bank and retire from executive life on July 31.

Clyne is leaving the multi-million dollar job at the bank in order to be with his family. The senior banker, which is now 46 year's old, has surprised the market with the announcement of his retirement. Mr Clyne has worked as the chief executive for a period of more than five and a half years.

NAB not to sell Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks in the UK

NAB not to sell Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks in the UKThe National Australia Bank has said that it will not be selling its Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks in the UK even as a difficult year has forced the company to record its first fall in profit since the global financial crisis.

Mining boom continues despite lower prices, says Clyne

Mining boom continues despite lower prices, says ClyneNational Australia Bank boss Cameron Clyne has said that the boom in the investments in mining projects continue even as the prices of commodities have fallen in global markets.

He added that there is a significant of projects even as the price of commodities has fallen over the years. There are concerns that the rising prices will force more companies to follow BHP Billiton and cancel major projects in the country.




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