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ASB chief executive Charles Pink has resigned, citing personal reasons, and will be ending his 2 year association with the bank following a scheduled board meeting on November 2.
Chief executive retail banking Ian Park will take up the role of acting CEO until a permanent replacement is announced.
"The board of ASB is sad to be losing a chief executive of the calibre of Charles," said chairman Gary Judd QC.
"Charles has provided the bank with outstanding leadership over the past two years, and his legacy is a clear strategic direction, a strong leadership team and soundly performing bank."
Judd said Pink had advised the board of his decision to resign in early September, and had agreed to its request to appoint a replacement.
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