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MyState CEO to resign after 6yr tenure

Steven Deare
MyState CEO Melos Sulicich is set to resign to spend more time with his family

MyState managing director and chief executive Melos Sulicich is set to resign from the banking and wealth management group to spend more time with his family.

Mr Sulicich - who joined the Hobart-headquartered business in 2014 -said after living after from his family in Sydney for six years, it was time to return home permanently.

He will leave the company in July, in accordance with his contract.

Chairman Miles Hampton said MyState will start recruiting for a replacement shortly.