Date posted: 25/06/2019 2 min read

NZ movers and shakers - June 2019

In the latest Movers and Shakers we mark the latest achievements of New Zealand members.

In Brief

  • CA ANZ Chair Murray Jack FCA to lead NZ Budget inquiry
  • Kathryn de Bruin CA joins Horticulture NZ Board
  • Lynne Hayman CA appointed CEO of College of GPs
  • Blair Woodbury CA becomes CFO at SKY

CA ANZ Chair Murray Jack FCA to lead Budget inquiry

The State Services Commissioner has announced the appointment of CA ANZ Chair Murray Jack FCA to head the inquiry into how Budget-sensitive material was accessed at the Treasury.

The inquiry is to address concerns about the security of the Treasury’s Budget process, focusing on what happened, why it happened, the lessons learned and the actions the Treasury needs to take to ensure that a similar incident will not happen again.

The Commissioner said he is very pleased to appoint Mr Jack who has led or been involved in a number of independent reviews for Ministers and government agencies.

Kathryn de Bruin CA joins Horticulture NZ Board

Horticulture New Zealand has appointed Kathryn de Bruin CA as a new director.

She joins the board with a wealth of experience in the vegetable sector. Based in Dargaville, she splits her time between an accountancy practice focused on the primary sector and growing 40ha of kumara with her husband.

CA appointed CEO of College of GPs

The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners has appointed Lynne Hayman CA as College Chief Executive, effective from 1 July 2019.

In April Lynne began working for the College as the Head of Risk, Finance and IT. Previously she was Chief Operating Officer of PAE (New Zealand) and has held several governance positions and is currently serving on the board of Osteoporosis New Zealand. She has also been CEO for Horticulture NZ and Wellington Combined Taxis.

Blair Woodbury CA becomes CFO at SKY

Blair Woodbury CA joins Sky as Chief Financial Officer from McKinsey & Company where he has helped New Zealand and overseas businesses rapidly improve their performance since 2016.

His background has been international and diverse, working with some of New Zealand’s largest iconic organisations, leading change programmes that have an enterprise-wide impact on both brand and performance.

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