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Staples Rodway Announces New Managing Director

1 February 2008

Staples Rodway Announces New Managing Director

Staples Rodway has today appointed Roger Thompson to the position of Managing Director in its Auckland office.

Roger replaces previous Managing Director Peter Guise who is standing aside after spending 13 years in the role. Peter will continue to act as Chairman of Staples Rodway New Zealand and service his existing client base.

Roger started at Staples Rodway in 1994 and has more than 25 years of experience, specialising in international property and corporate taxes, and the structuring and management of family trusts.

He is currently a member of the International Fiscal Association Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and is a qualified accountant and lawyer having practiced both disciplines.

“It will be business as usual at Staples Rodway with an emphasis on maintaining, and where possible improving, the quality and timeliness of service to our clients. I would like to thank Peter for all his hard work over the years and I look forward to continuing to work with him and my fellow directors and staff in this new role,” says Mr Thompson.


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