ON THE MOVE

Marilyn Wright
Kensington Swan has promoted Wright to senior associate in its corporate and commercial team in Auckland. She advises on all aspects of corporate and commercial law, with an emphasis on mergers, acquisitions and restructures.

Lisa Neil
Neil joins Project Plus as senior consultant. Her experience includes government, telecoms, transport, banking, retail and construction from the UK and NZ. Most recently she was senior projects adviser at the Department of Labour.

Richard Kleinert
Deloitte has announced the relocation of Kleinert as leader of its New Zealand and Asia-Pacific human capital consulting practice teams. Kleinert, who will be based in Auckland, was previously partner with Deloitte Consulting in the United States, where he held number of industry and geographic leadership roles.

Peter Wales
Wales has joined the executive management team of Canon New Zealand, heading up both the finance and credit control functions in the role of assistant general manager – finance. He was most recently commercial manager at SmartPay.

Tony van Camp
Bayleys Auckland has appointed van Camp to head new company sales division which will focus on the sale of medium to large scale businesses. For the past four years he has been business broker for Auckland company Sales & Acquisition and has been involved in the sale of wide range of businesses.

Nicola Bilbrough
The New Zealand Institute of Valuers has appointed its first woman president. Bilbrough brings 25 years’ industry experience to the position. She replaces Blue Hancock of Nelson who has held the position since 2007. As president, Bilbrough also joins the board of the Property Institute of New Zealand.

Montie Baskett, Jo Giboney, Louise Holden
Buddle Findlay has announced the appointments of three senior solicitors in its Auckland office. Baskett joins the corporate and commercial team; Giboney the financial services team, and Holden the litigation team.

Andrew McCormack
New Zealand HR consultancy Clarian Human Resources has appointed McCormack as business development manager. He brings many years of experience in recruitment and placement to the role, having practised in both the UK and Auckland.

Richard Valintine
In his new Auckland-based role Valintine will have responsibility for the professional development of Harcourts’ auctioneers and for training sales consultants in the auction process. He replaces Phil McGoldrick who is auctioneering for Harcourts in Canterbury.

Andrew Sayers, Donna Harkness
WHK has made two appointments in its Auckland tax consulting division: Sayers as principal and head of the division, and Harkness as associate principal.

John Valentine
3D business software company Right Hemisphere has appointed Valentine as vice president of engineering with responsibility to lead the research and development team. He was most recently with RHE & Associates, software development and integration services company.

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