Tuesday 17th July 2012
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Vector, the Auckland gas, electricity and telecommunications networks owner, has appointed Kate Beddoe as chief risk officer, effective July 30.
Beddoe previously worked as a risk manager for car manufacture Toyota and packing company, Amcor. Beddoe will report to chief executive Simon Mackenzie.
"This is a key position at Vector and the reporting line reflects the importance the company places on risk governance and management of our assets," Mackenzie said in a statement.
Shares in Vector last traded at $2.71.
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