SARAH THOMPSON | ANTHONY MACDONALD | JOYCE MOULLAKIS
Boutique advisory firm Koda Capital has made another high-profile hire.
Street Talk can reveal Koda, chaired by former MLC boss Steve Tucker, has lured across Bank of Melbourne’s head of premium banking and business growth Jonathan Ayres.
It is understood Ayres resigned on Monday and will join Koda as managing partner of Victoria.
Ayres spent six years at Bank of Melbourne and also had a stint at NAB Private as a senior investment specialist and regional leader.
The appointment caps a busy year for Koda Capital, which was rated No.15 on The Australian Financial Review’s 2017 Fast Starters list.
All companies listed started trading after July 1 2013 and had to be Australian-owned to be considered. Fast Starters are ranked by revenue for the most recent year with their growth over the current and previous year noted.
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