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Dorchester appoints general manager, insurance and lending

Wednesday 8th September 2010

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Dorchester has appointed Greg Main to the role of general manager, insurance and lending.

Main joins Dorchester from Lumley General Insurance where he was general manager - Lumley Business Solutions.

Prior to this role, Main worked with leading finance and insurance businesses both locally and internationally including IAG New Zealand, NZI, and HSBC.

Dorchester executive director and chief executive Paul Byrnes, says Main brings a wealth of knowledge to the business, based on more than 15 years experience in senior leadership positions at major international insurance and banking companies both in New Zealand and overseas.

"Greg joins our business at an exciting time. Having recently completed a successful capital raising exercise, we will be increasing the marketing investment in our savings and insurance business so that we can continue to grow revenue and profits in order to create value for our shareholders.

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