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Robert Lang The New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC) has elected Lang as its new chairman. Taking over from Patrick Fontein, he brings property experience and knowledge from his ongoing primary role as CEO of AMP NZ Office Trust (ANZO).

Emmett Hobbs Auckland Regional Holdings has appointed Hobbs as director. He is currently director of Ports of Auckland and Mainfreight, Burger Fuel Worldwide and chairman of New Zealand Rental Group and Smart Environmental.

Richard Raymond Raymond, litigation specialist, has been appointed as the new chairman of national and transTasman law firm Duncan Cotterill. Joining Duncan Cotterill in 1997, Raymond became partner in 1998. He previously worked in commercial litigation in Wellington and London, and was senior crown counsel with the Crown Solicitor in Christchurch for several years.

Leigh Auton Ngapuhi Asset Holding Company (NAHC), which is charged with the responsibility of growing the asset base of Te Runanga Iwi O Ngapuhi in Northland, welcomes Auton as director. He adds this new role to his current position as CEO of Manukau City Council.

Denis Horner Current chairman of recruitment agency Kinross, Horner takes on an additional position as director for the company. He brings commercial knowledge across the manufacturing, industrial, infrastructure and rural sectors, as well as 15 years’ executive search experience.

Peter Landon-Lane The newly formed Crown Research Institute (a merger of HortResearch and Crop and Food Research) has announced Landon-Lane as its inaugural CEO on the back of his experience in business development in the food industry and trade development in New Zealand, Asia and Europe. His appointment is effective from December 1 when the merger is formally completed, and name for the organisation is to be announced.

Roy Dillon Hallenstein Glasson has appointed Dillon as acting CEO following the sudden departure of its CEO of six months, Shayne Quanchi. Dillon is managing director of the Hallensteins chain, and has been director of the company for the past eight years with experience in all facets of the retail business.

Sue Foley With an extensive background in journalism and public affairs Foley is to take up new role as director of external affairs for Massey University. Currently general manager corporate affairs at KiwiRail, her past experience includes chief of staff at TV3 News and chief of staff for the Leader of the Opposition.

Simon Beuth former financial controller for snack food company Nice & Natural, Beuth joins NZX-listed New Image Group as its chief financial officer. His previous experience in FMCG and funds management includes positions in both New Zealand and the UK.

Bryan Simpson Formerly sales manager of personal peripherals company Logitech ANZ, Simpson has been promoted to general manager for New Zealand. He brings an in-depth understanding of the market and strategic partnerships to the new role.

Mark Hardie Plan-b, business continuity company providing contingency services to some of New Zealand’s major organisations, has appointed Hardie as general manager of sales and marketing. He has long history in the IT services sector in New Zealand, including roles as the head of sales and marketing of Gen-i and Optimation.

Michelle Boag Independent recruitment company Momentum gains 25 years of experience and networking with the appointment of Boag to role that contributes to the sales and marketing and executive leasing divisions, as well as senior and CEO level recruitment.

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