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IBANZ appoints its first ceo

Tuesday, February 15th 2005, 12:36AM

Denis Orme has been appointed as the first chief executive officer of the newly formed Insurance Brokers Association of New Zealand (IBANZ).

IBANZ is a merger of two existing organisations the Independent Insurance Brokers Association and the Corporation of Insurance Brokers Association.

Orme, cited in Who's Who in Industry and Finance and Who's Who in Emerging Leaders has been heavily recruited by start-up businesses through to Fortune 500 companies to focus strategy, implement marketing plans and deliver improved profitability.

He is a former board member of EMA (Northern), NZIM (Northern) and current President of the Turnaround Management Association in New Zealand.

Orme was recently the repositioning CEO of Bartercard New Zealand, which ranks #1 in the world, out of sixteen Bartercard countries.

He is a frequent seminar and workshop presenter and the author of over thirty published business white papers and two books: Lessons From Leadership Failures: The Greenfields Approach and The Impassioned Leader.

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