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Inaugural Credit Professional Of The Year Award

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INAUGURAL CREDIT PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR AWARD

Auckland, 28 January 2004, New Zealand credit professionals have a fantastic opportunity to showcase their talent and further their professional development, thanks to a new and prestigious industry award developed by the New Zealand Credit and Finance Institute (NZCFI) and proudly sponsored by Baycorp Advantage.

NZCFI's Credit Professional of the Year award was launched to recognise the achievements of leading credit professionals in the New Zealand marketplace.Ê

The awards will take place annually and each category prize includes a cash prize and NZCFI educational grants. Ê The awards criteria recognise two credit professionals at different stages in their careers: Credit Professional of the Year (minimum of six years' credit industry experience as at 31 December 2003) Young Credit Professional of the Year (applicants must be under 30 years of age as at 31 December 2003).

The judging panel will be led by Graham Pomeroy, President of the NZCFI, and supported by Martyn Gaddes, New Zealand Sales Manager for Baycorp Advantage, NZCFI board members Karen Kaa and David Young, and Paul Stewart, who has been confirmed as the independent judge.

Mr Stewart is a leading economic commentator and advisor and after joining ANZ Bank in 1989, has held various economic analysis roles in both New Zealand and London, including Chief Economist for ANZ New Zealand.

Applicants can apply on-line until Friday 13th February 2004 via the NZCFI or Baycorp Advantage websites: http://www.nzcfi.org/ or http://www.baycorpadvantage.com/nzcfi. After registering an application on-line, written support from the applicant's employer must also be submitted.

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