Tuesday 26th April 2011
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BNZ chief executive Andrew Thorburn has been named as chairman of the New Zealand Bankers' Association, and his counterpart at the ANZ Bank in New Zealand, David Hisco, is deputy chairman.
Thorburn noted this was the association's 120th anniversary, and said that the industry would continue to strive to deliver a strong, stable and responsive banking system for the benefit of all New Zealanders.
Established in 1891, NZBA is a non-profit unincorporated association funded by member banks which develops and promotes the banking industry viewpoint on non-competitive issues in policy discussions and in the media. It also oversees the "code of banking practice" and has 12 registered banks as members.
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