has announced that Clayton Herbert will leave the business.
Herbert, who has been with Suncorp
since 1999, was made chief transformation officer in March 2016 and led the implementation of a new operating model for the business which came into effect in July, 2015.
Throughout his time with the insurer, Herbert has held a number of senior roles, including deputy chief financial officer and group chief risk officer.
“Clayton has played a critical role in leading the successful implementation of Suncorp
’s new operating model that has transformed Suncorp
and positioned the organisation to better meet more of our customers’ needs,” Michael Cameron
CEO and managing director said.
Herbert will leave the business effective January 2017.
The executive change comes after Suncorp
announced that it had hired former Microsoft MD Pip Marlowe to take on the role of chief executive officer of strategic innovation. She will commence the role in March 2017.
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