Departing CEO Andrew Thorburn sees 'very good talent who are potential replacements for me' within BNZ

Departing CEO Andrew Thorburn sees 'very good talent who are potential replacements for me' within BNZ

By Gareth Vaughan

Departing BNZ CEO, managing director and self proclaimed "proud banker" Andrew Thorburn has hinted his successor is likely to come from within the bank.

Thorburn told interest.co.nz he was hopeful his successor would be someone from within BNZ, and said the appointment wouldn't be too far away. National Australia  Bank has announced Thorburn will succeed Cameron Clyne as its CEO and managing director from August 1.

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2 Comments

thats the point, its nothing to do with us.
 

With a bit of re-shuffling of my responsibilities, I can be available for BNZ CEO.
My first executive decision: Cut floating mortgage rates to 4.8%, in line with Australia (which has an OCR lower than NZ at 2.5%)

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