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Scott St John to join ANZ Bank NZ's board

Staff reporters
Tue, 22 Jun 2021

ANZ Bank NZ has appointed Scott St John as a director, subject to the Reserve Bank's sign off.St John will replace Tony Carter on ANZ's board, which is chaired by former prime minister John Key.St John currently chairs Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and sits on the Fonterra and Mercury boards.He was the University of Auckland chancellor from 2017 to June 2021, a member of the Capital Markets Development Taskforce and the Financial Markets Authority Establishment board. He has also chaired the Security Industry Association.He is also a f...

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