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Partners Life gets new CFO

Partners Life has appointed a new CFO to replace Sean Kam.

Monday, March 21st 2022, 3:00PM

Stewart Taylor is leaving ANZ to take up the to the role of chief financial officer at Partners Life.

Taylor brings with him extremely broad and deep experience across all aspects of financial services.

Partners Life managing director Naomi Ballantyne said; “I feel very fortunate that Stewart was ready to leap back into an entrepreneurial business going through rapid growth and change, at exactly the time that Partners Life happened to be searching for a CFO of his calibre to help drive our business to and through its next significant iteration.”

Taylor says he has "enormous respect" for the Partners Life team in having built the business from scratch into one of the most important and influential life and health insurers in the New Zealand market.

"I am excited by the company’s ambitions for how life and health insurance could and should be done into the future, and I am honoured to have been given the opportunity to be part of that journey.”

Tags: ANZ Partners Life

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