APPOINTMENTS

Rt Hon Jim Bolger
The Rt Hon Jim Bolger, Prime Minister of New Zealand from October 1990 until December 1997, has been appointed to the main board of directors of Trustees Executors. He also chairs the state-owned NZ Post and Kiwibank, the Gas Industry Company, the US-based World Agricultural Forum and the NZ/US Council.

Dr Allan Freeth
TelstraClear’s chief executive Dr Allan Freeth is the new chair of the Sytec board. His appointment allows existing chair Luigi Sorbello to focus on his new role as TelstraClear’s chief operating officer.

Henry van der Heyden
Van der Heyden, chairman of Fonterra Co-operative Group since September 2002 and founding director of the co-operative, has joined the board of directors of the New Zealand Exchange (NZX).

Steve Gentry, Graham Coe
Building Research
has appointed board member Gentry as its new chairman and Coe as deputy chair. Gentry has extensive consulting engineering experience in the building industry and is one of IPENZ’s two nominees on the board. He has recently retired from the boards of ECNZ and Meridian Energy. Coe has many years of experience owning contracting companies and has served on the Master Builders Federation board.

Andrew Moss
Moss has been appointed chairman of the Cement and Concrete Association of New Zealand (CCANZ). He replaces Rex Williams who remains on the board as deputy chairman. Currently marketing manager of Golden Bay Cement (GBC), Moss has been board member of CCANZ for the past two years, and has over 12 years’ industry experience.

New directors at Carter Holt Harvey
Carter Holt Harvey
has announced changes to its board of directors following the final settlement of the sale by International Paper of its 50.5 percent stake to Rank Group. The new directors are Mark Burrows, Thomas Degnan, Tim Hardman, Graeme Hart and Bryce Murray. Bob Grillet, Andrew Lessin, Brian McDonald, Jonathan Mason and Maximo Pacheco have resigned as directors.

Humphry Rolleston
Rolleston, Christchurch businessman, has been appointed as director on the Sky Network Television board. He is also director of Broadway Industries and is member of the Fairfax New Zealand advisory board.

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