Mr Sarv Girn has been appointed to the position of Chief Information Officer of the Reserve Bank of Australia. The appointment is effective from 3 September.

Mr Girn has most recently been an Executive Consultant to the Chief Information Officer at Qantas and has previously held executive IT positions at both Westpac and the Commonwealth Bank. He holds a Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) degree from the University of London and his career in the financial services industry in Australia, the UK and Asia spans 25 years.

The role of CIO within the Reserve Bank will provide leadership in transforming and developing the core IT functions that support the Reserve Bank’s policy, operational and corporate objectives.

Retail giant Myer has announced the appointment of Paul McClintock as Non-Executive Director and Chairman-elect following Howard McDonald's decision to step down from the Board in October.

The Western Australian Government has announced the appointment of Simon Ridge, the State's Mining Engineer, as the new executive director of Resources Safety, the body charged with enforcing safe work practices across the state's mining and resources sector. Mr Ridge was promoted to the role following the retirement of Malcolm Russell.

AMP Capital has announced the appointment of Kerry Ching as the company’s new Managing Director Asia.

The Commonwealth Bank has announced the appointment of Matt Cornyn as the company’s new Group Executive, Retail Banking Services.

The South Australian Government has announced the appointment of Rick Persse as the new Chief Executive of the State’s Attorney-General’s Department.

 Dr David Williams, former Chief Executive of the United Kingdom Space Agency and Chairman of the European Space Agency, has been appointed as CSIRO Group Executive, Information Sciences.

The Federal Government has announced the appointment of two new directors to the board of Australia Post. Susan Bitter and Talal Yassine have both been appointed for three years.

Innovation & Business Skills Australia (IBSA), one of eleven Industry Skills Councils authorized by the Australian Government to provide a voice on vocational education and training issues, is seeking to appoint new board directors.

The report of the independent review of the Fair Work Act - Towards more productive and equitable workplaces: An evaluation of the Fair Work Act has been released.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia has queried by The Australian Research Council's (ARC) is not funding academic business research.

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