Suncorp Bank keeps investing in Moree

21 October 2013

Head of Agribusiness for Suncorp Bank Greg Leahy will visit the Moree District Banking Centre to personally meet with customers.

“We are continuing to strengthen the bank by focusing on the needs of our customers by simplifying our products and business,” Mr Leahy said.

Mr Leahy has been with Suncorp Bank for more than 16 years and joined Australia’s largest regional bank the same year the Moree branch opened in 1997.

“It’s a great opportunity to be able to sit down with customers and have a chat about how we can improve our agribusiness model to benefit them,” Mr Leahy said.

Mr Leahy has managed agribusiness portfolios in regional New South Wales and Queensland with experience in the key commodities of cotton and grain.

Due to the growth of the Moree Business Centre, a restructure of senior roles has been completed, with Agribusiness Manager Helen Monie taking the joint responsibilities of leading the Retail Branch and Business Banking staff, with James Maunder appointed to the role of Senior Agribusiness Specialist, Cotton and Broadacre.

Angus Dobb who graduated from Macquarie University with a Masters in Commerce recently joined the Moree District Banking Centre.

The Moree District Banking Centre has four retail banking staff and nine business banking staff and is still servicing original Moree customers that first walked into the doors.

“The office has grown rapidly in the last few years and I look forward to meeting with staff – including both young, talented people and experienced senior staff,” Mr Leahy said


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