Prominent lawyer Mai Chen has been appointed to the BNZ board of directors.
Chairman John Waller said the appointment aligns with BNZ’s mission of supporting a higher-achieving New Zealand.
“Mai Chen is an outstanding New Zealand leader, combining expertise in public law with wide-ranging commercial experience. She will bring fresh and diverse views to board discussions, alongside the formal business of our board.
Chen has acted as an adviser to government ministers on major legislative and policy changes, and chaired government reviews, lectured at leading universities and authored many books...MORE»
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