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New GM of Corporate Services for Federated Farmers


10 January 2006

New GM of Corporate Services for Federated Farmers

Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc) welcomes David Bryant to the position of General Manager, Corporate Services.

Mr Bryant is Manawatu born and bred and has some family involved with dairy and sheep farming.

His previous job was in Auckland where he was the General Manager of the New Zealand operations of Invacare NZ.

“I haven’t worked directly in the rural sector before so I am very much looking forward to the experience,” said Mr Bryant.

“I am very enthusiastic about the opportunity to add value to the services and benefits the Federation gives its members,” said Mr Bryant.

David has a Bachelor of Commerce from Auckland University and is a Chartered Accountant. He is also part way through a Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing.

ENDS

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