Drew Bradford

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Executive General Manager, Markets

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Climate and sustainability issues are influencing decision-making across many facets of the wine industry. The same is true in financial services where capital has become ‘carbon-conscious’ – changing community expectations mean more scrutiny over banks approach to climate change; regulators are evaluating bank’s management of climate change financial risks while investors are setting more stringent emissions thresholds for their investments. National Australia Bank is Australia’s leading business bank. We support our agribusiness customers through a network of 650 regional and specialist bankers in over 120 locations. Sustainability is a core part of NAB’s strategy because the success of our economy depends on our climate. Sustainable business is good business and underpins our licence to operate. NAB has committed to aligning our lending portfolio to net zero emissions by 2050. Serving our customers well is why we are here. NAB is responding to customer demand by creating products that help to navigate the challenges of a decarbonising world. NAB is a reliable partner to support the Australian wine industry and maintains its position as a premium supplier to both domestic and international markets.


Drew leads National Australia Bank’s Markets team, a global group of professionals who provide local and offshore customers access to both traded and illiquid markets, including fixed income, money markets, credit, derivatives, currencies and commodities. The Markets business covers every segment of the investor market, from global supranationals and corporate and institutional customers through to retail accounts and high net worth customers looking to build their investment portfolio.

Since commencing with NAB in July 2011 as Executive – Markets, Drew has joined the Advisory Council of the FICC Markets Standards Board (FMSB). He is also on the Board of Directors for the Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA) and a member of the AFMA Professional Standards Committee. Drew is also the co-Sponsor or Pride @NAB.

Prior to joining NAB, Drew worked for Deutsche Bank and Bankers Trust in Australia, New Zealand, London and Tokyo.

Drew holds a Bachelor of Business in Finance from the University of Canberra and an MBA from the University of Sydney