Auckland Airport, Warehouse Group back efforts to deepen pool of directors

Tue, 19 Mar 2013

By Kristen Paterson March 20 (BusinessDesk) –Auckland International Airport and Warehouse Group are backing a scheme to deepen the pool of directors in New Zealand and up skill a new generation of business people. Under the Future Directors scheme, which is to be administered by the NZ Institute of Directors, young professionals will be placed on the boards of public companies for 12 months. While they won’t participate in decision making, they will be involved in board discussion, according to the Shareholders’ Association, which is backi...

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