#6319628 at 2019-04-26 08:17:26 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8081: IT WILL ALL COME OUT Edition
Resignations in the news today - part 1
Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive RossMcEwan resigns
SMAD professor to retire after 31 years at JMU
Byesville Fire chief Wilson tenders resignation
Naval Academy police chief fired after sexual harassment allegations
Rowley announces resignation as Missoula County commissioner; takes job in Bozeman
Founder of African American Studies department retires
BVRA's executive director resigns
Long-time Westfield principal retiring
Manila Times editor resigns over 'matrix' story
Wenatchee police captain retiring after 27 years on force
SETX school district board to vote on member's resignation
MHS Athletic Director Jeff Lamb is Retiring
Key employee resigns publicly from Meals on Wheels East Texas
La Belle Legacy owner to retire
Max Hayden to Resign as CEO of ITI Capital
UBER CONFIRMS ANTI-ABORTION DRIVER WAS FIRED FOR SAFETY REASONS
McNary resigning from Missouri Gaming Commission before asked to step down
Retiring principal cherishes 36 years as educator
Ramesh Jarkiholi, the rebel Congress MLA from Gokak in Belagavi district, announced on Thursday that he will tender his resignation as an MLA.
Dwight Shelton to retire as vice president for finance, CFO after 40-year career at Virginia Tech
#6310251 at 2019-04-25 18:28:59 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8069: The Bell Tolls for Hussein Edition
Royal Bank of Scotland is searching for a new chief executive after RossMcEwan resigned, signalling a fresh start as it heads for full private ownership after a state bailout.
New Zealand-born McEwan, who has led RBS since October 2013, has a 12-month notice period and will remain in his position until a successor has been appointed and an orderly handover has taken place, the bank said on Thursday.
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#8528410 at 2020-03-23 07:37:08 (UTC+1) Q Research AUSTRALIA #7 - FIRE & FURY Edition
Resignations in the news
Law Society of NSW CEO announces resignation
The Law Society of NSW today regretfully announced that Chief Executive Officer, Michael Tidball, will be resigning after nearly 14 years at the helm.
Mr Tidball will conclude his tenure as CEO of the state's peak legal body at the end of June 2020 to take up a new position as Chief Executive Officer of the Law Council of Australia.
In announcing Mr Tidball's resignation, President of the Law Society, Richard Harvey, thanked Michael for his outstanding contribution to the Society, the legal profession and the wider community.
"As the Society's longest serving CEO and Secretary General of LAWASIA, Michael has been an effective, respected and highly regarded leader who has brought vision, dedication, exceptional strategic skills and considerable energy to the role," Mr Harvey said.
"There is no doubt that his tenure as CEO has seen the Society rise to new heights where it is now the pre-eminent legal association in Australia, representing the interests of 43% of the nation's legal profession.
"Michael has been at the forefront of Law Society initiatives to position the association as one of the largest, most resilient and successful voluntary membership law societies internationally."
Senior NAB exec to step down
The major bank has announced the departure of another senior executive, just weeks after confirming the resignation of former head of retail Mike Baird and former head of broker Nicole Devine.
NAB has announced that chief customer officer, business and private banking, Anthony Healy, will step down from the bank after serving for 10 years acRoss several executive roles in Australia and New Zealand.
Mr Healy's resignation will be effective 30 April.
The outgoing CCO will be replaced by chief risk officer, business and private banking, Michael Saadie, subject to regulatory approvals, while NAB searches for a permanent replacement.
Following the announcement, NAB Group CEO RossMcEwan said: "Anthony has been recognised for his strong customer focus, innovation and market-leading results.
"He has been a champion for supporting our small to medium enterprises, the engine room of the Australian economy, and the development of regional and rural Australia.
"He has been a key member of NAB's executive leadership team through a challenging period, and I have valued his support since I joined NAB."
#8322219 at 2020-03-05 06:21:38 (UTC+1) Q Research AUSTRALIA #7 - FIRE & FURY Edition
Resignations in the news
Mike Baird privately rules out return to politics after quitting NAB
Former NSW premier Mike Baird has told associates he has no intention of returning to politics after stepping down as chief customer officer of the National Australia Bank after three years at the lender.
Mr Baird joined NAB six weeks after stepping down from state politics in 2017 to lead the institutional arm of the bank and moved to consumer banking the following year. The bank said in a statement to the ASX on Thursday morning Mr Baird will leave the role on April 15 and take a break before considering new opportunities.
Mr Baird stood by NAB as its reputation took a hit during the banking royal commission, including harsh criticism of former chief executive Andrew Thorburn and chairman Ken Henry in commissioner Kenneth Hayne's final report.
Mr Baird was rumoured to be among the candidates for the chief executive role after Mr Thorburn's departure following the commission's scathing findings, but the bank eventually tasked former Commonwealth Bank retail boss RossMcEwan with rebuilding its battered reputation as its new CEO.
It was reported the timing hadn't been right for Mr Baird to spend the necessary time away from Sydney as the leader of the Melbourne-based lender, but some observers also expressed doubts about his ability to climb to the top, saying he lacked the operational experience to lead a big four bank.