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BNZ chairman to step down

Monday 18th August 2008

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Kerry McDonald will step down as chairman of Bank of New Zealand after 11 years, the bank said.

McDonald, who also relinquishes a seat on the board from November 7, will be replaced by John Waller, the bank said in a statement today.

The departure comes after announcements of senior management changes at the bank after chief executive Cameron Clyne was promoted to be CEO of parent National Australia Bank. Clyne leaves at the end of this month and will be replaced by Andrew Thorburn, currently head of NAB's retail business in Australia.

By Jonathan Underhill

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