ANZ NZ gives nothing away on where its process to find a permanent successor to ex-CEO David Hisco is at as Brits review bank executive regime NZ government is looking at

ANZ NZ gives nothing away on where its process to find a permanent successor to ex-CEO David Hisco is at as Brits review bank executive regime NZ government is looking at
David Hisco by Jacky Carpenter.

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Seems the article is empty.

I think they want to see where the legal matter raised by Simplicity / Sam Stubbs on Hisco and Cruella De Ville's rorting of ANZ shareholders by over 4mill goes before deciding whether they can run with Cruella full time even with the full recommendation of NZ's leading character witness.

Seems apart from Simplicity / Stubbs, the rest of NZ including the RBNZ saw it as just normal upper management writing each other cheques using public / company money. Nothing to see here in smalltown NZ.

(I did hear on the grapevine that Theo Never Here is being shortlisted also. Shipley is in the mix too I hear after her magnificent performance at MainZeal. The chairman believes these are the type of people he could work with)

Kiwis so dumb lah.

Is David going to go away silently or with a bang bang suit ?