Adrienne Church, general manager of non-bank lender Resimac has resigned her role and is set to leave the business by the end of this week.
Church has been with Resimac since its establishment in New Zealand in 2012, though its parent company Resimac Group has been in operation since 1985. Her last day will be the 28th February.
Resimac CEO Scott McWilliam stated that Church had led the New Zealand business through “a period of tremendous success and growth,” and said the business would be sad to see her leave.
“[Church] has built an experienced and committed team, and the growth NZ has experienced over the last few years is a testament to their effectiveness and passion for the business,” McWilliam said.
“While we are sad to see Adrienne go, we are very pleased for her as she is taking on an exciting new opportunity and we wish her the very best.”
“Resimac New Zealand is an important part of the Resimac Group business and plays a key role in our strategy,” he continued. “The NZ team has full support from myself, senior executives and the Board and we are focused on growth, the future and providing more opportunities for staff, advisers and borrowers. The team will work closely with the wider Resimac business, and with you, during this period of change.”
The lender has not yet confirmed plans for a new general manager, and a Resimac spokesperson said it would be ‘business as usual’ over the next few months.