Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Credit Union Industry Awards Recognise Leadership

Credit Union Industry Awards Recognise Leadership And Community Contribution

AUCKLAND, 2 OCTOBER 2017: Co-op Money NZ which represents 12 credit unions and 3 mutual building societies in New Zealand recognised some Members’ staff and directors at the industry annual Gala Awards at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Auckland.

Chief Executive of Co-op Money NZ Henry Lynch says the Gala dinner was attended by credit union board members and staff from all over New Zealand.

“It is great to see hardworking individuals in the Credit Union Movement honoured in front of their colleagues and peers – we have outstanding people working with our credit union members all over New Zealand and the calibre of these award recipients is a real achievement for the difference they have all made,” says Lynch.

“All of the credit union staff who have won awards tonight can be very proud that they have helped contribute to the overall success of their credit union which relies on collaboration and community focus initiatives to bring the co-operative principles to life,” Lynch added.

Bill Sinclair and John Stevenson from NZCU Auckland and Peter McKnight from NZCU South received Individual Recognition Awards for their contribution to their credit unions.

Jamie Nisbet from NZCU Auckland and Eddie Steven from NZCU South received the Credit Union Future Leader’s Awards for their leadership skills and the difference they have made to their credit unions.

NZCU South was awarded the People Helping People Award for the tangible difference they have made to their local community in recent years, including local sponsorship, scholarships, contribution to trades initiatives, and participation in KiwiHarvest, an initiative that helped redistribute over 2 million meals.

NZCU Central and NZCU Employees also received recognition for their dedication and commitment in providing enduring service to their members and their communities for 50 and 45 years respectively.

Two Co-op Money NZ Board Special Recognition Awards were also presented to Bernard Weerasinghe and Mele Hampson from ACU for their significant leadership role and contribution to ACU and the Credit Union movement in New Zealand during the recent ACU core banking migration to Oracle Flexcube, a Tier 1 core banking system.

The Co-op Money NZ Annual Conference 2017 was sponsored by Oracle, Equifax, Mastercard, Novus CMS, NZ Roadside Assistance Ltd (NZRA) and Vero Insurance.

ENDS


© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 




Barfoot & Thompson: Auckland Rental Prices Inch Up Again, But Upward Trend Could Ease In Coming Months

Data from nearly 16,000 rental properties managed by real estate agency Barfoot & Thompson shows Auckland’s average weekly rent rose by $6.12 (or 1 percent) during the second quarter... More>>

ComCom: Draft Report Says Regulatory System Favours Established Building Products
The Commerce Commission’s draft report into competition in the residential building supplies industry has identified two main factors negatively impacting competition... More>>

Statistics: Annual Wage Inflation Rises To 3.4 Percent
Wage inflation, measured by the labour cost index (LCI), was 3.4 percent in the year ended June 2022, while average ordinary time hourly earnings rose 6.4 percent, Stats NZ said today... More>>

ALSO:

APEC: Region’s Growth To Slow Amid Uncertainties And Crises
Economic growth in the APEC region is expected to slow this year amid soaring inflation, a protracted war in Ukraine and heightened uncertainties, on top of the continuing impact of the pandemic and virus mutations that are draining resources, according to a new report by the APEC Policy Support Unit... More>>


Financial Markets Authority: Survey Sheds Light On New Zealanders’ Experiences With Financial Sector
Most New Zealanders are confident in their ability to make financial decisions, but only one-fifth say they are in a secure financial position... More>>


ASB: Latest Trade Disruption Report: Low Export Demand And High Import Prices Look Set To Continue

After a strong initial recovery from the effects of COVID-19 in 2021, New Zealand is likely to feel the impact of slowing global trade well into 2023, according to ASB’s latest Trade Disruption economic report... More>>