ACC boss Stewart quits amid boardroom shake-up, privacy breaches

Tue, 12 Jun 2012

By Paul McBeth June 13 (BusinessDesk) - Accident Compensation Corp chief executive Ralph Stewart has quit after yesterday's boardroom clean-out and the continued fall-out from the Bronwyn Pullar saga. "The events of recent days and the departure of our chairman and a number of our directors has brought me to the point where I have decided to step down as CEO," Stewart said in a statement to staff. "I am deeply frustrated that the benefits of the scheme and the great work we do has been overshadowed by recent events." Stewart's exit comes a...
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