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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Kenneth Henry

60 2015 Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Ross McEwan

61 2019 Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director

Gary Lennon

2016 Chief Financial Officer

Geoff Lloyd

2018 CEO of MLC

Angela Mentis

2018 Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Bank of New Zealand

Patrick Wright

2017 Chief Technology & Operations Officer

Shaun Dooley

2018 Chief Risk Officer

Mike Baird

2018 Chief Customer Officer, Consumer Banking

Sharon Cook

2017 Chief Legal & Commercial Counsel

A. David Gall

2018 Chief Customer Officer, Corporate & Institutional Banking

Anthony Healy

2017 Chief Customer Officer - Business and Private Banking

Lorraine Murphy

2016 Chief People Officer

Rachel Slade

2018 Chief Customer Experience Officer

Louise Thomson

2019 Group Company Secretary

Tricia Conte

2018 Assistant Compan Secretary

Penelope MacRae

2019 Assistant Company Secretary

Kelly Patterson

2018 Assistant Company Secretary

David Armstrong

60 2014 Non-Executive Independent Director

Peeyush Gupta

59 2014 Non-Executive Independent Director

Anne Loveridge

57 2015 Non-Executive Independent Director

Geraldine McBride

57 2014 Non-Executive Independent Director

Douglas McKay

63 2016 Non-Executive Independent Director

Ann Sherry

2017 Non-Executive Independent Director

Anthony Yuen

68 2010 Non-Executive Independent Director

Ross Brown

IR Contact Officer

Biographies

Name Description

Kenneth Henry

Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Ross Henry, AC, BCom, PhD, DB h.c, is Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of National Australia Bank Ltd., effective December 2015. He has over 30 years of experience in economics, policy and regulation, governance and leadership. Ken served as the Secretary of the Department of the Treasury from 2001 to 2011. From June 2011 until November 2012, he was special advisor to the Prime Minister with responsibility for leading the development of the White Paper on Australia in the Asian Century. He is a former member of the Board of the Reserve Bank of Australia, the Board of Taxation, the Council of Financial Regulators, the Council of Infrastructure Australia and was Chair of both the Howard Government’s Taxation Taskforce (‘A New Tax System’, 1997-1998) and the Review into Australia’s Future Tax System (the ‘Henry Tax Review’) commissioned by the Rudd Government (2008-09). He was made a Companion of the Order of Australia in 2007 and received the Centenary Medal in 2001. Directorships of listed entities within the last three years, other directorships and offices (current & recent): • Chairman, Sir Roland Wilson Foundation, ANU (since February 2013, Member since May 2001). • Director, ASX Limited and some of its subsidiaries (since February 2013). • Director, Cape York Partnership (since May 2016). • Governor, Committee of Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) (since November 2011). • Member, John Grill Centre for Project Leadership’s Advisory Board, University of Sydney (since November 2015). • Member, Australia-China Senior Business Leaders Forum (since December 2015). • Former Chairman, Advisory Council of the SMART Infrastructure Facility, (University of Wollongong) (from 2011 to August 2015). • Former Chairman, The Institute of Public Policy at the Australian National University (ANU) (July 2012 to November 2014). • Former Member, Board of Reconciliation Australia (from July 2012 to September 2016).

Ross McEwan

Mr. Ross Maxwell McEwan is Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of the company. Mr McEwan joined RBS Group as CEO UK Retail in 2012 from the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, where he had been Group Executive for Retail Banking Services for five years. He had previously been CBA’s Executive General Manager with responsibility for its branch network, contact centres and third-party mortgage brokers. Mr McEwan announced his resignation from RBS in April 2019 and will start with NAB once his obligations to his current employer have been discharged, no later than April 2020. He will be invited to join the NAB Board at this time. The appointment is subject to regulatory approvals.

Gary Lennon

Mr. Gary Lennon is Chief Financial Officer of the Company. He has held the role of Executive General Manager Finance, leading the Group’s Finance function globally with accountability for all finance and tax related activities for the group, since June 2010. Prior to this role, Gary was the Chief Financial Officer, Wholesale Banking, at NAB. Prior to joining NAB in 2008, Gary spent eight years holding a number of senior finance executive roles at Deutsche Bank in Australia, Japan and Singapore. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Gary was with KPMG for 10 years and held senior management roles in Sydney and London. Gary holds an Honours degree in Economics from the University of Sydney and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Geoff Lloyd

Mr. Geoff Lloyd has been appointed as CEO of MLC of the Company., effective 1 September 2018. Mr. Lloyd joins NAB after six years as CEO and Managing Director of ASX-listed financial services group Perpetual. He will report directly to Mr. Thorburn. Geoff has been in wealth management his entire career and has a vision and passion for improving the financial prospects of Australians. He is a highly regarded executive with a proven track record of delivery, having successfully driven a major turnaround program at Perpetual through a period of significant structural change. Geoff Lloyd has over 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry, with an extensive understanding of services group Perpetual in August 2010 as Group Executive of Private Wealth and was appointed Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer in February 2012, a role he held until June 2018. Prior to the merger, Geoff led St George's wealth management portfolio and was a member of the St George Bank Group Executive reporting to the CEO. He held many senior positions at BTFG, including Chief Legal Counsel and Head of the Customer and Business Services Division. Geoff is chairman of the Financial Services Council, a role he assumed in July 2016. He has completed the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program and holds a Master of Laws, UTS (Distinction).

Angela Mentis

Ms. Angela Mentis is Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Bank of New Zealand., a subsidiary of the Company. Angela has been a member of the NAB Executive Leadership Team since 2014. She has been leading NAB’s Business Banking division since 2014, and in August 2016 was appointed Chief Customer Officer – Business and Private Banking. She has also held senior roles as Executive General Manager, NAB Business and Executive General Manager, NAB Private Wealth. Since December 2016 Angela has been a director for BNZ. Beginning her career at Macquarie Bank, Angela has held senior management positions at BT Financial Group, Westpac and Citibank Limited. Angela holds a Bachelor of Business with a major in finance and economics and a sub-major in business law and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment from the Securities Institute of Australia. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Senior Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA) and a member of Chief Executive Women.

Patrick Wright

Mr. Patrick Wright is Chief Technology & Operations Officer of the Company. Patrick’s career in financial services began in the US in 1991 at JP Morgan Chase. Over the next 17 years he served in a variety of leadership roles in e-Commerce, audit, sourcing, information technology and retail banking, including his final role as Head of Retail Operations supporting Chase’s 3500 branch and 10,000+ ATM network. During his tenure he led several major projects and negotiations that delivered significant productivity benefits. In 2008 he joined retail POS and banking hardware/software services provider Wincor Nixdorf as US President and CEO. He then founded his own consultancy firm Tuyet Consulting which provided value creation insights to financial services and investment companies in the US and Europe. He joined Barclays in 2012 as COO of Barclaycard US, and in early 2015 became the Global COO of Barclaycard, one of the largest payment companies in the world. In 2016 his role was further expanded to include the responsibility of COO for Barclays in the Americas, including the corporate and investment banking business in North America. He is accountable for 15,000 team members. Patrick is a graduate of the University of Texas in Arlington.

Shaun Dooley

Mr. Shaun Dooley is Chief Risk Officer of the Company. He has deep experience across risk management, institutional banking and financial markets over a 33-year career in banking. He joined NAB in 1992 and held senior roles including Executive General Manager Enterprise Risk and Group Chief Credit Officer, before being appointed Group Treasurer in October 2015. Shaun holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Monash University and Masters of Science in Risk Management from NYU Stern School of Business. He is a member of the Professional Risk Managers Association and the Global Association of Risk Professionals.

Mike Baird

Mr. Mike Baird is Chief Customer Officer, Consumer Banking of the Company. He started his career in banking as a graduate with NAB in Sydney in 1989 and went on to serve in senior executive roles here and overseas over the next 18 years. In 2007 he entered NSW state politics, serving as the 44th Premier of New South Wales and representing the electoral district of Manly in the NSW Legislative Assembly. He retired from politics in January 2017 and in April 2017 was appointed NAB’s Chief Customer Officer, Corporate & Institutional Banking. Mike holds a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) from the University of Sydney and has completed executive management courses at Harvard and Duke University.

Sharon Cook

Ms. Sharon Cook is Chief Legal & Commercial Counsel of the Company. Sharon has more than 25 years' experience as a lawyer practising mainly in the field of commercial litigation, including banking and finance litigation. After completing a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (with Honours) at The University of Sydney, Sharon joined King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) working in their Sydney and London offices. She joined Henry Davis York (HDY) - a firm which specialises in the banking and financial services sector - in 1997; was the first woman elected to its board in 2004; and was Managing Partner of HDY from 2008 until 2014, during which time she led a major transformation of HDY. In 2015 Sharon returned to KWM, having been elected Managing Partner, Clients. There she was on the leadership team of KWM in Australia, responsible for the execution of KWM's client and sector strategy. In 2012 Sharon was named as one of the Australian Financial Review's inaugural 100 Women of Influence. She is a member of Chief Executive Women. Sharon will be based in Sydney.

A. David Gall

Mr. A. David Gall is Chief Customer Officer, Corporate & Institutional Banking of the company. He has experience in corporate, commercial and retail banking, working capital services, risk and payments, in a career that has spanned 29 years. David joined NAB in 2008 and was appointed to the NAB Executive Leadership Team as Chief Risk Officer in August 2014. David holds a Bachelor of Science from University of Melbourne, a Bachelor of Business from Monash University, a Masters of Business Administration (Executive) from the Australian Graduate School of Management, and is the President and a Board member of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA).

Anthony Healy

Mr. Anthony J. Healy is Chief Customer Officer - Business and Private Banking of National Australia Bank Ltd. Anthony has been a member of the NAB Executive Leadership Team since 2014. He became Managing Director and CEO of Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) from 12 May 2014. Before that he led BNZ’s business arm, Business Partners, for more than four years, having joined the bank in November 2009. In an 18-year career in banking, he has held a number of senior executive and director-level roles in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the Middle East. Prior to joining BNZ, he worked for ANZ Group, most recently as CEO of UDC Finance and prior to that, Deputy Group Managing Director of AmBank Group in Malaysia. Anthony was also a Director of AmBank’s investment bank, commercial bank, insurance company and funds management businesses. Anthony has a Graduate Diploma in Finance, a Graduate Diploma in Economics and a Bachelor of Science, double major in economics and psychology, all from the University of Melbourne.

Lorraine Murphy

Ms. Lorraine Murphy is Chief People Officer of the Company effective March 2016. Since 2013 Ms Murphy has been the Chief People Officer of Air Zealand and had worked in Senior HR roles at Campbells for 10 years in both Australia and New Zealand. She holds Bachelor of Arts / Education from Latrobe University, Australia (1982) and Master of Business Administration, Monash University, Australia (1996).

Rachel Slade

Ms. Rachel Slade is Chief Customer Experience Officer of the Company. She joined NAB in January 2017 as Executive General Manager, Deposits & Transaction Services as part of the Customer Products & Services Leadership Team. She was previously at Westpac where over 10 years she held senior executive roles including leading the global transactional services business and the customer-led transformation in the retail and business bank. Rachel holds a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) from Macquarie University and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Women’s Leadership Program. She serves as a director on the Board of Flourish Australia and the New Payments Platform.

Louise Thomson

Ms. Louise Thomson BBus (Distinction), CA, is Group Company Secretary of the Company., She joined the Group in 2000 and was appointed Group Company Secretary in May 2013. She has experience in a wide range of finance, risk, regulatory and governance matters. The Group Company Secretary advises and supports the Board to enable the Board to fulfil its role.

Tricia Conte

Penelope MacRae

Kelly Patterson

David Armstrong

Mr. David Hugh Armstrong is Non-Executive Independent Director of National Australia Bank Limited since 5 August 2014. Over 30 years of experience in professional services, including as a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Mr Armstrong has signifcant knowledge and understanding of banking and capital markets, real estate and infrastructure and is well versed in the reporting, regulatory and risk challenges faced by the industry. Mr Armstrong's other directorships and interests include The George Institute for Global Health, Opera Australia Capital Fund Limited, Australian Museum (President) and Lizard Island Reef Research Foundation.

Peeyush Gupta

Mr. Peeyush Kumar Gupta was Non-Executive Independent Director of the Bank., He has over 30 years of experience in wealth management. Peeyush was a co-founder and the inaugural CEO of IPAC Securities, a pre-eminent wealth management firm spanning financial advice and institutional portfolio management, which was acquired by AXA. He also has extensive corporate governance experience, having served as a director on many corporate, not-forprofit, trustee and responsible entity boards since the 1990s. He is a Director of certain NAB wealth and BNZ subsidiaries.

Anne Loveridge

Ms. Anne Joan Loveridge is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. She has over 30 years of experience in the Financial Services practice at PwC, with a range of clients in banking, property, private equity and wealth management sectors. Anne has extensive knowledge of financial and regulatory reporting, risk management, controls and compliance frameworks. While at PwC, Anne held various senior leadership positions in the firm, including Deputy Chairman of PwC Australia, managing financial results, risk & quality matters, people & partner development, remuneration and diversity initiatives.

Geraldine McBride

Ms. Geraldine Celia McBride is Non-Executive Independent Director of National Australia Bank Ltd., since March 4, 2014. She has over 27 years of experience in the technology industry and international business. Former President of global software company SAP for North America. Founder and CEO of MyWave, a software and services company developing consumer and enterprise relationship solutions using intelligent assistant and personal cloud technologies.

Douglas McKay

Mr. Douglas Alexander McKay is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. He has 30 years of senior commercial, operating and marketing experience with a deep understanding of the New Zealand and Australian markets, having held senior positions within major trans-Tasman companies and organisations, including Director of IAG (NZ) Insurance and Ryman Healthcare (current), and Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand for the past 7 years. Doug's previous executive leadership roles include Auckland Council, Lion Nathan, Carter Holt Harvey, Goodman Fielder, Sealord, and Independent Liquor. He is a member of the NZ Institute of Directors. He is Chairman of BNZ (a subsidiary of NAB).

Ann Sherry

Ms. Ann C. Sherry is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Ms Sherry is currently Executive Chairman of Carnival Australia, the largest cruise ship operator in Australasia, which she joined in 2007. Prior to joining Carnival, Ms Sherry spent 12 years with Westpac where she held executive roles including Chief Executive Officer, Westpac New Zealand; CEO, Bank of Melbourne; and Group Executive, People & Performance. Ms Sherry is a non-executive director for Sydney Airport, the Palladium Group, Infrastructure Victoria, Australian Rugby Union, Tourism & Transport Forum, the Museum of Contemporary Art and Cape York Partnerships. She is the Australian Chair of the Trans-Tasman Business Council’s ANZ Leadership Forum and was previously a non-executive director for ING Group (Amsterdam) and ING Direct (Australia).

Anthony Yuen

Mr. Anthony K. T. Yuen, B.Soc.Scs & Law, is Non-Executive Independent Director of National Australia Bank Ltd., since March 1, 2010. He has over 40 years of experience in international banking and finance. Prior to taking on a strategic investment management role on behalf of The Royal Bank of Scotland plc with Bank of China in 2006, Anthony held senior executive roles, having Asia wide regional responsibility with Bank of America Corporation, National Westminster Bank plc and The Royal Bank of Scotland plc.

Ross Brown