New BNZ CEO Anthony Healy says the bank must continue innovating to remain relevant to customers

New BNZ CEO Anthony Healy says the bank must continue innovating to remain relevant to customers

By Gareth Vaughan

BNZ's new boss says he feels a strong sense of ownership towards the bank's existing strategy, but there will be changes because of the importance of  innovating to meet customer needs and adapting to survive in a changing world.

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