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IMB is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr James Coleman as a non-executive director to the Board of IMB and its subsidiaries. Mr Coleman joins the Board to fill the casual vacancy arising following the retirement of Ms Lynette Gearing who leaves the Board after 10 years of outstanding service.

Mr Coleman is a career banker with extensive experience in risk management, commercial and corporate banking.  He was formerly Group Chief Credit Officer of Westpac Banking Corporation where he had previously held the roles of General Manager Risk Management, General Manager Corporate Finance and General Manager Corporate Banking in the Westpac Institutional Bank.  Mr Coleman brings valuable expertise in the development of credit risk management frameworks, risk reporting and monitoring methodologies, credit processes and transactional credit risk management. Mr Coleman has previously been a director of Delhi Petroleum and has acted an expert witness in relation to credit and banking related matters.

The Board welcomes Mr Coleman’s depth of experience in areas that continue to be of keen focus for regulators of all ADIs and looks forward to his valuable contribution. 

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