Heartland appoints Deborah Taylor to board

Tue, 09 Dec 2014

By Paul McBeth Dec. 10 (BusinessDesk) - Heartland New Zealand, the bank which formed after the merger of Canterbury and Southern Cross building societies and Marac Finance, has appointed Deborah Taylor to its board, effective from today. Taylor will be an independent director and comes after the retirement of Gary Leech from Heartland's board at the end of October. Taylor is currently on the boards of Silver Fern Farms, Radio New Zealand, Landcare Research New Zealand, and Hirepool Group, and is also a member of the External Reporting Boa...

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