Well-known business development manager Scot Bailey is leaving RESIMAC after 11 years with the company and its predecessors.
Bailey is joining Westpac where he will replace Tim Hurley. Hurley has decided to leave the bank and work as a mortgage adviser.
Westpac director of third party banking, Kylie Kneale, says: "Scot is well known to many (mortgage advisers). We are excited to have someone of his experience and calibre joining our team."
Bailey has been with RESIMAC and before that NZF for 11 years. He spent some time with Baycorp but originally started his working life at Westpac in 1991...MORE»
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