Tuesday 8th June 2010
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Real estate firm Harcourts has poached someone from Bayleys to take up the role of chief executive.
Hayden Duncan replaces Bryan Thompson who has been appointed to an international role with Harcourts.
Harcourts describe Duncah as "a rising star in the industry" who has considerable experience in real estate.
Duncan will work alongside chief operating officer Jo Clifford, Thompson and Harcourts business owners and corporate team to continue to "strengthen Harcourts' dominance in New Zealand," Thomson said.
Duncan worked at Turners with roles in sales, auctioneering and management before he joined the real estate industry.
He started at Bayleys as a commercial/industrial sales consultant, then had roles as an auctioneer, trainer, franchise owner/general manager and for the past few years has been Bayleys' chief auctioneer and national auction manager and was part of the group's senior management team.
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