Magazine article New Zealand Management

On the Move

Magazine article New Zealand Management

On the Move

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Paul Martin

Foreign exchange investment company NZ Currency Concepts (NZCCY) has appointed Martin as a senior trader. An experienced FX currency trader, primarily with Citibank in London and Merrill Lynch in London and Singapore, Martin has run his own private investment/trading company in New Zealand since 2001.

Philip Robinson

A major overhaul of liquor legislation by the Law Commission will be the focus of work for Robinson, who has been elected as chairman of Distillers Association of New Zealand. General manager of drinks importer and distributor Maxxium New Zealand, he succeeds Allen McComick who has stood down after seven years as chairman, but is to continue his involvement with the association as vice-chairman.

Ruth Colenso

Member-owned health insurer Accuro has appointed Colenso as its chief executive officer. Most recently general manager marketing and financial protection at AXA, she has held senior roles with Bank of New Zealand and brings international experience in both strategy and business leadership to her new position.

Vince Barry

Most recently a general manager with the Canterbury District Health Board, Barry takes on the newly created role of CEO of Pegasus Health later this year ahead of the departure of current managing director Dr Paul McCormack. A former mental health clinician who entered health management in 1993, his clinical background is said to be important for an organisation focused on clinical leadership.

Ben Robinson, Paul Whiston, Philip Deason

Electronic payments provider Paymark has announced three key appointments. Robinson, previously head of business operations, has been promoted to chief information officer (CIO). Whiston, recently returned to New Zealand from the United Kingdom where he was general manager international for the Simpl Group, is head of business development and customer relations. Deason, initially the company's commercial manager, moves to his new role as head of payment and channel marketing.

Donal Curtin

Curtin has been appointed as deputy chairman of the Commerce Commission for a five-year term. He succeeds David Caygill, who stepped down as deputy chairman upon his appointment as Electricity Commission chairman. …

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