Meet Andrew

Name: Andrew Sealey

Your role: Head of NAB’s Whistleblower Program

Where: Docklands, Victoria

What’s your story?

I am a lawyer ‘by trade’ with an interest in promoting ethical decision making and understanding and responding to people’s concerns when things go wrong.

Prior to managing NAB’s Whistleblower Program I worked for a number of regulatory bodies, investigating complaints about serious misconduct.

I am constantly impressed, and inspired, by people who have the courage to speak up about things that are not right and have seen firsthand the positive impact this can have on raising standards of behaviour.

How have you made a difference?

My role is dedicated to supporting and protecting NAB people who have the courage and loyalty to raise concerns.

I am aware of the personal stress involved in speaking up about wrongdoing and am committed to making a difference by ensuring all NAB people feel safe to raise concerns with the Whistleblower Program; providing support and protection to those that do; and ensuring concerns are properly investigated and resolved.

I am confident and proud that NAB’s Whistleblower Program provides NAB people with a world-class service that they can trust.

What are you passionate about?

For me, it is all about family (four kids aged 8-13), travel (anywhere and everywhere) and food (quality and quantity!).

Throw in the odd round of golf, a live band and another Hawks premiership with a ready supply of beer and fine wine and all the boxes are ticked!

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