SB: At the analysts conference on Thursday Cameron said that he was leaving the bank in a stronger position than he found it, which I think everyone would say is a reasonable statement, but he also said that he was leaving unfinished business. From your perspective, when Andrew takes over, what are the two or three priorities? What are the urgent things he needs to get his mind around, apart from the technology?
MC: Well, when you say apart from technology, that’s a big one. You know, the next gen project is about halfway through an eight-year implementation and so it’s critical to the future of the bank. via KGB: NAB’s Michael Chaney | Business Spectator.