Bank of us CEO enlisted to help Tasmania’s recovery

Bank of us is pleased to share the news of CEO Paul Ranson’s appointment to the Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council.

The Recovery Council will provide advice and recommendations on how to best mitigate the economic and social impacts of the pandemic. It will also identify opportunities for economic and social renewal.

Bank of us has a long and proud history of supporting the Tasmanian community through both good times and bad said Mr Ranson.

“As the CEO of the only Tasmanian customer owned bank, I am acutely aware of the impact that  Coronavirus is having, not only on our customers, but also on the wider community”

“At Bank of us, we’ve introduced a number of measures to support our customers, employees and the communities we do business in, during these unprecedented times.

“Being appointed to the Recovery Council will give me the opportunity to share what we’ve learned at Bank of us and what I’m hearing from others, in my role as the Chair of the TCCI board.

“I look forward to working together with the other Recovery Council members to engage directly with both industry and the community to determine what, as Tasmanians, we need to do to support our recovery from the Coronavirus pandemic,” said Mr Ranson.

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