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Finalists selected for Management magazine Top 200

For Immediate Release

Finalists selected for Deloitte/Management magazine Top 200 Awards


Auckland. 6 November, 2001. Finalists in each of the seven categories of the annual Deloitte/Management magazine Top 200 Awards have been announced, ahead of the gala dinner on 29 November at which the best performing company and executive of the year will be divulged.

In line for the 2001 title of Deloitte/Management magazine Executive of the Year are John Loughlin, CEO of meat company, Richmond Ltd; Keith McLaughlin, managing director of Baycorp Holdings; and Craig Norgate, chief executive officer of newly created dairy giant, Fonterra.

Deloitte/Management magazine Company of the Year finalists are Christchurch-based fashion retailer, Hallenstein Glasson; Australasian jewellery company Michael Hill International; and a repeat finalist from the same award category last year, Sky City Ltd.

Finalists for the SAP Best Corporate Strategy Award are Fisher & Paykel; Frucor Beverages, and the Port of Tauranga.

In other categories the finalists are :

QBE Insurance Chairperson of the Year:
Bill Faulkner
Sir Colin Maiden.

Deloitte Emerging Enterprise Award:
Genesis Corporation
Navman NZ Ltd
Pulse Data

Brookfields Business Ethics Award:
Methanex New Zealand – for Stakeholder Dialogue
Shell (NZ) – for public education about renewable energy
Vodafone New Zealand – for innovative giving to the community.

In an associated award category, three young business people have been selected as finalists to vie for the title of NZIM Young Executive of the Year. They are:

Dianne Knowles, Director, leadership & Change Management, EDS New Zealand;
Simon Taylor, Brewery Manager, Lion Breweries South;
Richard Templer, Team Manager, Industrial Research.


Finalists for the Top 200 award categories are evaluated to set criteria and selected from the Top 200 New Zealand-based public listed companies.

The judges for this year’s Top 200 category and Emerging Enterprise Awards are:

Bill Foster, Managing Director of the New Zealand Stock Exchange and a director of the Exchange’s Index Management company for TeNZ;

Alison Paterson, Chair, District Health Board of New Zealand, Waitemata District Health Board and Landcorp;

Roger Kerr, director and joint shareholder of Asia-pacific Risk Management Ltd and a corporate advisor on financial risk and treasury management.

Ends.


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