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TPT Group Appoints Chair and Director

TPT Group Appoints Chair and Director


TPT Group Holdings has appointed Graeme Hansen as Independent Chair and Brendan Wood as Non-Executive Director.

Group Managing Director, Mike Marr, says the organisation is thrilled to welcome the new appointments, “Graeme and Brendan both bring a wealth of skills and experience to the Board. Their appointments add further expertise to the governance of the Group and will assist in continuing its successful growth”.

Graeme has a wide knowledge of banking and investment due to 13 years in leadership roles at Barclays Banking Group. He has been the CEO at the New Zealand Racing Board and Public Trust, and a Director for PGGW finance and the New Zealand Spinal Trust. He is currently the Independent Chair of BBC Technologies Limited and a Board member of Save the Children NZ.

Brendan is a highly regarded commercial lawyer and has been practicing at Auckland firm, Daniel Overton & Goudling, for 18 years. He specialises in property and company acquisition and commercial contracts.

Both appointments are effective immediately and both Graeme and Brendan reside in Auckland.

TPT Group Holdings (NZ) Limited owns businesses in the electronic security, finance and commercial/industrial property sectors. One of these includes Advanced Security Group which is one of New Zealand’s largest nationwide corporate and industrial sector electronic security integrators. Other businesses include TPT Finance, Promessa Property Group and ASGSPL.

TPT Group continues to grow with further acquisitions planned expanding and further diversifying its business interests in New Zealand.

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