Myer Family lures NAB executive

Private wealth firm Myer Family Company is welcoming its new head of New South Wales operations.

Joining Myer Family Company is Nicholas Lipscombe. He has about 20 years' experience in international banking across private, institutional and corporate banking, and financial services.

He was most recently a National Australia Bank executive for ultra-high net worth clients for more than five years. Prior to that, he was a head of client management and delivery for Asia Pacific at J.P. Morgan.

Myer Family chief executive Danielle Press said Lipscombe's appointment would bring a wealth of professional experience and personal energy to its Sydney operations.

Since opening its Sydney office more than a decade ago, the business has grown rapidly, and with Lipscombe at the helm, Press said she is confident the company will continue to set new benchmarks.

Lipscombe commented with more than 230 clients, he looks forward to being part of Myer Family's continued growth in Sydney.

"[Myer Family] is the leading family office in Australia. Its reputation for understanding clients' needs and ambitions is second only to its reputation for delivering outstanding results to meet them," he said.

Read more: Myer Family CompanySydneyNew South WalesAsia PacificDanielle PressJ.P. MorganNABNational Australia BankNicholas Lipscombe
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