ING announces the appointment of Andrew Hector as Head of Wholesale Banking Australia, he will also join the bank’s Australian Executive Committee – both effective 1 November 2022.
Andrew brings to ING more than 30 years corporate and institutional banking experience having worked for both Australian and international banks. He has deep sector expertise across a diverse range of industries including retail and wholesale trade, food/beverage and agriculture, telco/media and entertainment, property and health.
Andrew joins ING from ANZ, where he has spent the last 13 years in senior leadership roles, most recently as General Manager Corporate & Institutional Banking (Property & Health). He has also held Director level roles at Citigroup and Westpac.
Melanie Evans, ING Australia’s CEO says:
“Wholesale Banking now contributes a fifth of overall revenue for ING Australia and the bank is a leader in financing the energy transition in the region.”
“Andrew brings a wealth of local and international cross sector experience to help us further develop and grow our Wholesale Bank presence in Australia.”
“Andrew’s experience plays to our strengths of providing global reach and expertise while working hand in hand with clients to tackle climate change targets.”
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ING changed the way Australians bank 21 years ago by launching the country’s first branchless bank. ING now offers Australians home loans, transactional banking, superannuation, credit cards, personal lending, insurance and wholesale banking services.
ING is Australia’s most recommended bank according to RFi XPRT Survey, February 2022 – July 2022 (n = 32,042) when compared to customers of 20 other banks operating in Australia. It is also Australia’s fifth largest main financial institution (MFI) with 6% of the market share according to RFi XPRT Survey, February 2022 – July 2022 (n = 32,042). MFI is defined as the bank that the consumer says is their main financial institution.