A strong supporter of the broking industry is leaving AMP Bank after helping it grow its sales via brokers above market average year-on-year, the bank said Wednesday.
Glenn Gibson was AMP's head of marketing and sales and has been with the bank for eight years. He will be leaving the company on 2 February.
"Glenn has made a significant contribution to AMP Bank’s business over his tenure, growing sales via brokers above the market average year-on-year. He has helped build a great team and a platform for the next stage of AMP Bank’s growth," said an AMP spokesperson.
Gibson has actively participated in broking industry initiatives and is a broking advocate.
The company has not confirmed a replacement yet, but said it will announce a new lead for sales distribution in the coming months.
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