How Clyne cleared the hurdles in NAB's path

Departing NAB chief executive Cameron Clyne inherited an underweight retail bank with damaging UK exposures, but his legacy ensures his successor will be free of those structural challenges.

When a chief executive as young as Cameron Clyne retires, it’s normal to suspect that it is an involuntary departure. In Clyne’s case, however, there is no reason to believe anything other than his own explanation -- that he’s had enough of executive life.


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