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Rabih Yazbek appointed ANZ Country Head, Fiji

ANZ today announced the appointment of Rabih Yazbek as Country Head, Fiji, subject to regulatory approvals.

 

Mr Yazbek’s banking career spans more than 20 years, bringing a wealth of experience across customer segments, products and international markets.

 

ANZ Regional Executive Pacific, Tessa Price, said: “Fiji is truly the hub of the Pacific and it plays a critical role in the success of the region.

 

“As Fiji and the rest of the Pacific rebuild post-Covid-19, I am confident Rabih is the right person to help us identify new opportunities for customers, manage the risks and celebrate the wins along the way.

 

“I want to sincerely thank our outgoing Country Head, Saud Minam, for his significant contribution to our customers, community and our team. His passion for accelerating the digital economy has helped make banking in Fiji more accessible than ever.”

 

Mr Yazbek and his family will be based in Suva, subject to travel and regulatory approval.

 

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