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Huljich quits NZF

Tuesday 12th April 2011

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NZF Group has announced the resignation of Peter Karl Christopher Huljich.

The resignation comes in the wake of the sale of the Huljich KiwiSaver business, which was acquired by Fisher Funds.

The acquisitions will make Fisher Funds KiwiSaver scheme one of the largest New Zealand-owned, non-default schemes in the country.

The sale of the Huljich KiwiSaver fund followed the decision by NZF to sell its 70% stake in Finance Direct.

Huljich has decided to resign from all his listed company directorships to focus on his private business interests.

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