BNZ has named Anthony Healy as its new chief executive and managing director.
He will take the role from May 12, replacing Andrew Thorburn, who will become chief executive of National Australia Bank in August.
Outgoing NAB chief executive Cameron Clyne said: “For more than four years, Anthony has led BNZ’s business bank, BNZ Partners, and during this time, he has shown exceptional leadership and commercial acumen.”
Saturday, April 12th, 8:42AM
Kelvin Syms, who founded and ran the Northplan Financial Planning business, has died. He was 67.
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Wednesday, April 9th, 8:58PM
ASB has announced who will replace Blair Turnbull as head of its KiwiSaver and wealth business.
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Friday, April 4th, 2:49PM
Newly appointed Peter Long has joined the team at RaboDirect as Product Manager focusing on the development of investment and savings banking products.
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Thursday, April 3rd, 1:43PM
BNZ’s managing director and chief executive Andrew Thorburn is to become the chief executive of the bank’s parent, National Australia Bank.
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