Monday 23rd May 2011
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Private wealth management and investment services provider JBWere has announced Mark Joiner will be appointed as chairman of its board of directors following the news Michael Ullmer is stepping down.
Chairman designate Joiner is executive finance director and group CFO at NAB and is a member of NAB's board of directors.
JBWere chief executive officer and board member Paul Heath said JBWere felt honoured to have an incoming chairman of the calibre and experience of Joiner and that the firm would benefit from his guidance.
"Mark has a distinguished career in financial services having worked with a number of prestigious organisations across several continents. He also spent time as CFO at Smith Barney in the US and so brings good perspectives and experience of wealth management to JBWere. We look forward to welcoming Mark to our board later this year."
Heath also thanked outgoing chairman Ullmer, saying the firm had been fortunate to have someone of his calibre as chairman during its early years under the alliance structure between NAB and Goldman Sachs & Partners.
"Michael's work with both our people and our clients has been outstanding during this period and he has been incredibly influential in shaping our future direction. We have been privileged to have Michael as part of our firm," he said.
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