AIA boss Wayne Besant has been appointed to a leadership group who will work to improve accessibility for people with disabilities in New Zealand.
The “Fab 50” is a group of businesspeople assembled by The Be. Institute, a social enterprise that works throughout the country to improve the accessibility of organisations and infrastructure for social and economic benefit.
Be. Institute founder and CEO Minnie Baragwanath, who was... MORE»
Monday, December 15th, 11:12AM
Plus4 Insurance Solutions has appointed two new directors to its board.
Peter Rickards from Nelson and Timaru-based Ross Collett replace Alan Bradnock... MORE»
Thursday, December 11th, 11:42AM
Planet Financial Services has accepted applications for three new brokers, including one in Nelson/Blenheim.
It is the first time Planet has had a presence in that area.
Steve Maley... MORE»
Monday, December 1st, 1:49PM
Plus4, the national insurance broking and financial adviser group, had announced that two Dunedin-based advisers; Tony Chave and Tim Oliver have joined Plus4, establishing the group’s presence in... MORE»
Thursday, November 27th, 3:56PM
Murray Jack is the new chair of the Financial Markets Authority.
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Paul Goldsmith said he was pleased Jack had agreed to take the role.
He had been... MORE»