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Uniting Financial Services announces senior appointment and new Board Directors

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Uniting Financial Services announces the appointment of David Creagh to the role of Senior Origination and Relationship Manager, as well as welcoming three new Board Directors.

A seasoned commercial and property finance specialist, David’s experience spans SMEs, middle markets and corporate markets.

“We are pleased to welcome David to the Lending team. He brings deep knowledge of commercial property lending and has experience of finding mutually beneficial solutions for property investors to assist them to maximise the employment of their capital,” said Peter Stubley, Uniting Financial Services Head of Lending.

“David will bring fresh perspectives as we continue to grow our commercial, church and school lending operations.”

The three new Uniting Financial Services Board Directors bring significant experience in both the not-for-profit and financial services sectors.

Jenny Wheatley is the CEO of the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation and Cambooya Pty Ltd. Both entities support the Fairfax family with financial, investment and philanthropic services. Jenny is also a Chartered Accountant and specialised in litigation and forensic accounting.

John Barker is an Ordained Minister of the Word and is currently placed at the Northern Beaches Uniting Church. John began his career in Chartered Accountancy business advisory roles and ran his own Public Accountancy practice, advising many diverse businesses for over 25 years.

The third Board member, Sally Yule, is Managing Director of Humble Access, an organisation focused on Consulting, Executive Coaching and Governance. Sally also brings experience as a Board Member and Senior Executive in the not-for-profit, aged care, banking and finance sectors.

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Menchie Khairuddin is a writer Deputy Content Manager at Akolade and content producer for Third Sector News. She is passionate about social affairs specifically in mixed, multicultural heritage and not-for-profit organisations.


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