Tuesday 17th January 2017
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ANZ Bank New Zealand and New Zealand Oil & Gas are among firms announcing rejigged executive line-ups at the start of the new year.
New Zealand's biggest lender today appointed Stewart Taylor as chief financial officer, Craig Mulholland as managing director of wealth and David Bricklebank as general counsel and company secretary. Taylor was the finance head of ANZ's commercial and agri division, while Mulholland was general counsel and company secretary until his promotion. Bricklebank was previously associate general counsel.
Separately, NZOG appointed financial controller Catherine McKelvey as CFO, replacing Andre Gaylard who will leave at the end of the month to take up a new job elsewhere. The Wellington-based energy company also said general counsel Ralph Noldan will depart in March, also for a new role outside NZOG.
Yesterday, Downer EDI's New Zealand boss Cos Bruyn signalled his exit from the infrastructure firm to take over the reins at Fulton Hogan later this year, while other appointments announced this year include Bank of New Zealand's new director Louis Hawke, Bryan Chapple as the Treasury's new deputy secretary of macroeconomics and growth, and two new appointments at the Reserve Bank with Klarissa Plimmer as chief information officer and Patrick Hoerler to head the RBNZ's risk assessment and assurance unit.
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