The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has found a new CIO, Sarv Girn, after advertising for the position in May.
RBA announced that Girn would replace Michael Hogan as CIO in charge of staff developing and supporting the bank's critical IT infrastructure and systems.
He has also worked for the Commonwealth Bank as chief information security officer. He holds a Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons) degree from the University of London and has worked in the financial services sector for 25 years.
Girn is charged with leading the RBA's efforts in "transforming and developing core IT functions" within the government agency, and will start with the RBA on 3 September.
ZDNet Australia has contacted Girn for comment, but he had not responded at the time of writing.