Friday 6th May 2011
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SBS Bank has announced the appointment of Mark McLean as general manager risk and support.
McLean has more than 15 years experience specialising in risk in the finance and banking sector and is returning home after spells working in London, Singapore, San Francisco and Amsterdam.
In his new role he will oversee the long-standing risk practices of SBS Bank while further developing and enhancing systems.
McLean said his return could not have been better timed with the start of the Bluff Oyster season and the Rugby World Cup.
"Being a bit of a rugby nut and having followed the All Blacks around the world, I'm hoping things will be looking up for them in the 2011 Rugby World Cup," he said.
"I think I've been their jinx for the last few World Cups so they may stand a chance this year with me back in the south - and staying here!"
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