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Property Institute Seeks New CEO

28 November 2005

Property Institute Seeks New CEO

The search is on for a new CEO of the Property Institute of New Zealand (PINZ) following the resignation of Conor English, who has managed the organisation since its inception almost six years ago.

The Property Institute has more than 3,000 members who, directly or indirectly, influence decisions made on New Zealand's $500 billion property asset base. Its members represent a wide range of sectors from property asset management and valuation to financial analysis and project management.

Institute President, Gerard Logan, says Mr English has contributed significantly to the Institute's professional development in his five and a half years, leaving it in a strong position to tackle future challenges as it continues to evolve.

One of the first challenges for a new CEO will be to implement recent refinements to the membership structure and entry criteria and take forward proposals for occupational groupings.

Mr English is moving to a senior position with The Property Group (TPG) and leaves the Institute in early December.


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