Judges

top 200 and emerging
business awards

Jonathon Cimino
Is corporate consultant and company director. He is currently director of Waste Management, Genesis Research and Development and Tranz Rail Holdings. In addition he is member of the NZSE Surveillance Panel and the NZ chair of UBS Warburg NZ. He is graduate of Victoria University of Wellington and has completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School in Boston.

Alison Paterson
Is chair of Landcorp Farming and the Electricity Complaints Commission. She is director of the Reserve Bank, Wrightson, Metrowater and Eldercare. She also serves on the Stock Exchange Market Surveillance Panel.

Roger Kerr
Is director and joint shareholder of Asia-Pacific Risk Management and an adviser to New Zealand corporates on financial risk and treasury management. He has 20 years’ financial market and investment banking experience, is director of NZIM Auckland division and the NZIM national board and chair of the Institute of Financial Professionals of NZ Inc (INFINZ).

Ethics Awards

Management magazine acknowledges the assistance of AUT supported NZ Centre for Business Ethics and Sustainable Development in judging these awards.

Rodger Spiller
Is managing director of the personal investment advisory firm Money Matters (NZ) and director of the New Zealand Centre for Business Ethics and Sustainable Development (NZCBESD). The NZCBESD was initiated by the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and is supported by AUT, the University of Auckland, Manukau Institute of Technology and the private sector.

Dick Hubbard
Is chief executive of Hubbard Foods. He is the founding chair of the New Zealand Businesses for Social Responsibility which merged recently with the Environmental Business Network to form the Sustainable Business Network, of which Hubbard is chair.

nzim young executive of the year award

Beverley Wakem CBE
Beverley Wakem is currently chair of the St James Theatre Charitable Trust and chair of the operating company, St James Theatre Ltd, chair of the Performing Arts Foundation and of the Insurance & Savings Ombudsman Commission.

Nick Calavrias
Nick Calavrias is chief executive officer of Steel & Tube and director of Steel & Tube Holdings and all its subsidiary companies. He is member of the Business Roundtable and member of the Institute of Directors. He has recently accepted secondment to the Heavy Engineering Research Association.

Garry Wilson
Garry Wilson is chief executive of ACC, position he has held since September 1997. He is also director of Wellington City Mission and Catalyst.

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