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New Chairs For Business Roundtable

New Chairman And Vice-Chairman For Business Roundtable

The New Zealand Business Roundtable (NZBR) today announced the appointment of Dr Murray Horn as chairman of the organisation. Rob McLeod was appointed vice-chairman.

Dr Horn, who has been acting NZBR chairman since the resignation of Ralph Norris in September, is the Managing Director of ANZ Banking Group (New Zealand) Limited and Chairman ANZ Investment Bank (NZ). Prior to joining ANZ Dr Horn spent almost 20 years with the New Zealand government.

Rob McLeod is managing partner-New Zealand of Arthur Andersen, and chaired the recent Tax Review.


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