Wyong councillor questions appointment of former property devel-oprator at Westpac
Wyong City Councillor Andy Burnham questions his appointment as Westpac corporate trustee to oversee the City’s Bank. Photo: Mi예스 카지노chael Clayton-Jones WYONG – Westpac is holding a three-day board meeting this Wed인터넷 바카라nesday afternoon to discuss its future banking role within the bank. Wyong City Councillor Andy Burnham questioned his appointment as Westpac corporate trustee to oversee the City’s Bank. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones “I’ve been saying for months how it is critical that the City retains oversight of Westpac, given the potential for conflicts of interest to develop and it is clearly clear that some board members want the bank out of the City.” Mr Burnham said he was not told of the meeting in advance. He also said he could not understand why Mr Wyong was “assigned” the role, given his previous work as CEO of another private equity firm.
“I’ve never heard of Westpac as a board member unless they do a business visit, they come and visit a council meeting or they talk to some staff member. It seems odd that Mr Wyong is the only person to have been offered the job. “I want to know why. Who else is offered it?” Mr Burnham said the appointment had the appearance of a conflict of interest given that a lot of Mr Wyong’s assets and money could be transferred to his father’s W바카라 스토리estpac bank. “If it is for a job then it might be a good one but clearly we must not do this, it has to be looked at carefully.” It is understood the Westpac board meeting is due to be attended by at least 20 people, although many more are expected to attend.