Business Briefing with Marnie Baker
Managing Director, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank is often rated among the most trusted brands and most trusted banks in Australia. With the Hayne Report due to be handed down in February 2019, hear from the Managing Director of the bank that many say fared best in the proceedings.
In this Business Briefing, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s Managing Director, Marnie Baker will share her insight and perspective on the role of leadership in a digital and post-Royal Commission world. With consumer trust in the banking and finance industry taking a resounding hit as a result of the Royal Commission, recent high-profile examples of data misuse by well-known global corporations and a new decentralised open banking realm on the horizon, Baker will outline her vision for how leaders can navigate a disruptive and challenging environment to drive better outcomes for all.
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s shared value strategy has seen it remain one of Australia’s most trusted brands despite increased industry and national focus. Baker will discuss the importance of leadership in balancing all stakeholder needs to positively impact society and at the same time, deliver business value.
About the speaker
Marnie Baker has been with the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Group since 1989 and an Executive of the Bank since 2000. She was appointed Managing Director in 2018.
Marnie has 30 years’ experience in financial services, specifically Retail Banking, Trustee and Custodial Services, Financial Planning, Insurance, Funds Management, Treasury, Risk and Compliance, Payment Systems, Information Technology, Change Management, Social Media and Digital Technologies, Legal and Human Resources.
Marnie holds a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) from Latrobe University and is a member of the Australian Society of Certified Practicing Accountants, member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Senior Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia.
Marnie is a Director of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited, Rural Bank Limited and sits on the Advisory Board of the Australian Centre for Financial Studies, Australian Bankers Association, Business Council of Australia, and Mastercard Asia Pacific Advisory Board. Marnie is also a member of Corporate Executive Women.
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