Rabobank Australia welcomes new board member

Food and agricultural banking service provider Rabobank Australia has announced the appointment of Clive Stiff to its board.

Rabobank announced Stiff is a former chief executive officer of Unilever Australia & New Zealand and of Procter & Gamble France, and has more than 35 years’ experience in the FMCG (fast moving consumer goods) sector.

Rabobank Australia chair James Fazzino said Stiff’s extensive experience in, and knowledge of FMCG and the wider business environment made him an ideal addition to Rabobank’s Australian board.

“Clive has not only served in a range of senior leadership roles in consumer goods companies both locally and internationally, he is an accomplished and highly-regarded
company director,” Fazzino said.

Stiff is currently a non-executive director of GrainCorp and Cleanaway Waste Management and a member of the Quantium Advisory Board.

He was also formerly a chair of the Australian Food & Grocery Council, a member of the Genpact Australian Advisory Council and a non-executive director of Australian Pharmaceutical Industries.

Rabobank stated in addition to his chief executive officer roles roles, Stiff held a range of senior executive positions in Australia and internationally, including with Goodman Fielder.

Rabobank Australia is one of the nations agricultural banks and is a major provider of corporate and business banking services to the food and agribusiness sectors.

In addition to chair James Fazzino, Stiff joins other directors of Rabobank Australia including Jillian Segal AO, Christine Feldmanis, Geerten Battjes, Lara Yocarini and Rabobank Australia chief executive officer Mark Wiessing.

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