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Dryden Spring retires from Fletcher Building board

Thursday 30th September 2010

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Sir Dryden SpringNoted New Zealand dairy and corporate veteran Dryden Spring retires today as a non-executive director at Fletcher Building, the country's biggest construction company.

Spring joined Fletcher Challenge in 1999 before its break up, headed the company's remuneration committee, and previous served as chairman of Fletcher Challenge Forests - now Tenon.

He was appointed chairman of ANZ Banking Group New Zealand in 2007, and serves as a director on the boards of Northland Port, Port of Tauranga, Sky City Entertainment Group, and was formerly a director of National Bank.

Spring was knighted for his services to the dairy industry in 1994, having chaired the NZ Co-operative Dairy from 1982 to 1989 and the New Zealand Dairy Board from 1989 to 1999.

Spring is a member of the New Zealand Business and Parliament Trust, a distinguished fellow of the Institute of Directors and a member emeritus of the International Policy Council on Agriculture, Food and Trade.

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