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Craigs welcomes back former staffer

One of Craigs Investment Partner's former staff has returned to lead its specialised wealth advisory team.

Monday, August 23rd 2021, 3:52PM

by Matthew Martin

Helen Bullick (left) and Jeremy Williamson.

Helen Bullick is returning to the company in October 2021.

Bullick is a former mergers and acquisitions manager at Fonterra and managed the sale of Tip Top in 2019 and provided commercial leadership across strategic projects in functional nutrition, sales disruption and global operations.

Prior to this, her experience was in commercial, strategic and business development roles with Orion Health and investment banking where she worked with both Jarden and Craigs Investment Partners.

Craigs’ head of private wealth and markets Jeremy Williamson says her strong commercial acumen and collaborative leadership approach makes her the perfect fit for leading a team of this nature.

"We are excited to welcome Helen back on board, to further grow this key part of the business.”

Williamson says Bullick's recruitment comes at a time when Craigs is looking to further broaden its service offering to large scale clients with a focus on the charitable, philanthropic, and public body sectors.

“With over $26 billion funds under management, Craigs have a wealth of experience in managing these types of large mandates and we are very proud of the work the team has done to date," Williamson says.

"The growth of this team reflects the opportunity we see in this area and the further focus we want to give it.”

Charitable and philanthropic programmes are closely aligned with Craigs’ values, being a founding principal sponsor of the Community of Foundations of New Zealand, which was established in 2018.

Craigs also became a national partner of Hospice New Zealand in 2008 and enjoy an ongoing partnership at both a national and local level.

Bullick says she's a passionate supporter of New Zealand business and is delighted to be returning to the company.

"Craigs has exciting plans for the future, a talented team and a great culture," she says.

"By increasing our focus on charitable and philanthropic ventures I’m confident we will not only grow wealth for our clients but also deliver on their broader objectives."

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