History of Disruption - SYDNEY
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Innovation Lab, Commonwealth Bank Place (South), 11 Harbour St, Sydney
Tue 28 August 2018 | 4.00pm Presentation followed by Networking Drinks from 5.00pm – 6.00pm
The RMA is pleased to bring you an event for August, presented by Tim Harvey (CBA) on "History of Disruption".
Tim will provide insights into The History of Disruption - it's been happening since the beginning of time, so what has really changed? No industry is immune and disruption will take your job. What should we be thinking about and what can we do to ensure relevance into the future?
Speakers: Tim Harvey, General Manager Strategy, Innovation & Operations for Regional & Agribusiness Banking, Commonwealth Bank
About the Speaker;-
General Manager Strategy, Innovation & Operations for Regional & Agribusiness Banking, Commonwealth Bank
In this role Tim is responsible for driving business, compliance and operational management across the division. This also involves developing and executing appropriate strategy and leading the divisions innovation initiatives and partnerships.
In his most recent role Tim led the distribution business in NSW for Regional and Agribusiness Banking comprising a team of 150 staff based at 18 locations throughout the state.
Tim was raised in a farming family and continues to run his own commercial cropping operation, and he brings his genuine understanding of the sector to his role.
His deepest passion is progressing regional and rural Australia, so it can continue to be a lively and vibrant economy. Tim believes innovation and technology are essential if rural and regional Australia are to thrive.
He joined Commonwealth Bank as a graduate and has held leadership roles for the past 15 years, always with a focus on regional and rural clients. As Regional and Agribusiness Banking General Manager, he is responsible for both agri and regional commercial clients and is highly cognisant of the connection between farm business and other business in our regions.
He has a personal passion for supporting mental health awareness in regional Australia.
Tim holds a Bachelor of Science with a major in Agriculture from Charles Sturt University.