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AIA New Zealand appoints new CEO

Natalie Cameron has stepped down after nearly two years at the helm and her replacement has already been appointed.

Tuesday, March 21st 2017, 11:05AM

Cameron nears the end of her two-year contract as CEO of AIA New Zealand, and as part of changes in the reporting structure between AIA Australia and AIA New Zealand, she has decided to accept an option to relocate back to Australia and will be leaving AIA. During her time with AIA New Zealand, the company has recorded the highest new business market share growth and has delivered strong results.

Damien Mu, CEO AIA Australia and New Zealand, said in a statement, “Natalie has been a fantastic contributor to AIA and we wish her all the best for the future. I’m pleased to see the strong succession we have in place within the organisation and I look forward to our teams continuing to deliver the right products and solutions to our partners that meet the needs of our customers when they need it most.”

New acting CEO Edwards has been with AIA for more than three years. AIA said Edwards "has built strong relationships across the market and has a breadth of knowledge and experience that will undoubtedly set us up for success in the future".

 

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