Wednesday 19th January 2011
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Steven Fyfe is retiring from his position as deputy chief executive of ANZ New Zealand.
His retirement comes after 29 years in the organisation, first at the National Bank, which was bought by the ANZ Banking Group in late 2003, and since then with ANZ New Zealand.
ANZ New Zealand chief executive David Hisco said Fyfe's experience, knowledge and his quiet and principled presence had been invaluable to the business.
"I want to acknowledge Steven's major contribution to ANZ New Zealand's success over the past 29 years and to thank him for the personal support he's given me since I joined in September," Hisco said today.
An announcement on the allocation of Fyfe's responsibilities is to be made in early February.
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