Westpac appoints Anthony Miller as new WIB CEO

Maria Nikolova

Mr Miller is set to commence his role later this year, subject to regulatory approvals.

Westpac Group today announced the appointment of Anthony Miller as Chief Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank (WIB).

Mr Miller has over 20 years’ experience in corporate and institutional banking. He has been Chief Executive Officer for Australia and New Zealand at Deutsche Bank since 2017. In this role he provided oversight of Deutsche Bank’s activities in Australia, including the Corporate and Investment Bank (Corporate Finance, Global Markets and Global Transaction Banking) and DWS. Mr Miller has also been co-head of the Investment Bank in Asia Pacific.

Prior to this, Mr Miller was at Goldman Sachs based in Hong Kong and a partner in the Financing Group for Asia Pacific within the investment banking division, across derivatives, structured finance, equity and debt (capital and loan) markets.

Mr Miller started his career in Sydney as a commercial lawyer. He holds a Bachelor of Laws from Queensland University of Technology and a Bachelor of Arts (Modern Asian Studies) from Griffith University.

Mr Miller is due to commence his role later this year, subject to regulatory approvals.

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