BNZ CEO Anthony Healy outlines four key areas of focus after executive shake-up

BNZ CEO Anthony Healy outlines four key areas of focus after executive shake-up

By Gareth Vaughan

BNZ CEO Anthony Healy says the bank has set itself four key priorities following yesterday's executive team shake-up.

Healy, who succeeded Andrew Thorburn in May, told interest.co.nz even though he'd been part of the executive team for four years, he had taken a fresh look at things since taking the top job. This had culminated in yesterday's announcement.

A decision had been made for BNZ to "get clearer" on fewer priorities and focus on growing in priority markets. Healy said four key priorities had been "called out."

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