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New Zealand Post Appoints Chief Financial Officer


New Zealand Post Appoints Chief Financial Officer

New Zealand Post announced today the appointment of Peter Schuyt to its senior leadership team in the role of Chief Financial Officer from 27 January 2003.

New Zealand Post Chief Executive Elmar Toime said Mr Schuyt brings with him a strong commercial background as well as sound financial management skills.

"Peter has an excellent record in senior leadership positions with a variety of companies in New Zealand and we are pleased to welcome him to New Zealand Post. His most recent role was as Chief Financial Officer for NZMP, Fonterra's major operating unit, where he was also part of their Global Leadership Team.

"Prior to this he had 11 years at the Dairy Board as Chief Financial Officer and in other senior financial roles. He also previously held senior positions with three major accounting firms - Arthur Andersen, Ernst & Young and Touche Ross - as well as in other commercial organisations." Peter and his team will be responsible for the financial management and reporting of the affairs and activities of the entire New Zealand Post Group.

The role of Chief Financial Officer will be based in Wellington.


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