• RAMS appoints Jake Bromwich as Managing Director

    RAMS, a member of the Westpac Banking Group, announced today the appointment of Jake Bromwich to the role of Managing Director.

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    RAMS, a member of the Westpac Banking Group, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jake Bromwich to the role of Managing Director.

    For the past 18 months Mr Bromwich has held the position of Chief of Staff for Consumer Bank, supporting Chief Executive, George Frazis in driving the division’s strategic agenda, working across the Group’s five retail brands including RAMS.

    A career banker, Bromwich entered the industry as a Graduate moving successfully through a number of senior leadership roles in business banking, before joining the Westpac Group as Head of SME for BankSA in 2014.

    Prior to joining Westpac, Bromwich held a number of business banking roles at ANZ, building strong business partnerships and leading teams to deliver enhanced business outcomes.

    “I am excited to be appointed to the role of Managing Director of RAMS. RAMS is a strong brand and I look forward to working closely with the business, particularly RAMS Franchisees to help customers realise their dream of home ownership,” Bromwich said.

    “RAMS is a clear leader in supporting first home buyers and the self-employed, and we will continue to build on this in the future,” concluded Bromwich.

    Bromwich will formally commence with RAMS in the coming months.

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