ACC CEO Scott Pickering to depart at the end of June

Staff reporters
Wed, 14 Apr 2021

Staff reporters
Wed, 14 Apr 2021

Scott Pickering plans to return to the private sector.

ACC chief executive Scott Pickering has resigned and will leave the national accident insurer at the end of June after eight years in the job."Scott has been an exceptional chief executive who has overseen ACC's transformation to better meet the needs and expectations of New Zealanders," said chair Paula Rebstock in a statement.Pickering said it has been "without doubt, the best job I've ever had" and the decision to leave had been tough."I feel now is the right time for me to put my energy into a new role."...

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