Chapman takes over as NZME chair, quits IAG board

Staff reporters
Fri, 19 Jun 2020

Staff reporters
Fri, 19 Jun 2020
Former ASB Bank head Barbara Chapman has taken up the chair of media group NZME following the sudden departure of her predecessor Peter Cullinane before last week’s annual meeting. Chapman will resign her directorship at IAG New Zealand at the end of the month to free up time for the more demanding role at NZME. She also chairs Genesis Energy and is a director of Fletcher Building. Cullinane stepped down from the board last week when it became clear he’d lost the confidence of some major institutional investors. Chapm...

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