Jarden nabs Westpac tech executive

Staff reporters
Wed, 30 Jun 2021

Dawie Olivier was previously chief information officer at Westpac NZ (Image: Supplied)
Dawie Olivier was previously chief information officer at Westpac NZ (Image: Supplied)
Staff reporters
Wed, 30 Jun 2021
Investment and advisory firm Jarden has hired former Westpac executive Dawie Olivier as its chief technology officer.A statement from Jarden said Dawie was a technology leader with a career in people, technology, and innovation.He was previously chief information officer at Westpac NZ before leading a transformation project for the wider banking group.“Dawie’s deep expertise in driving innovation will guide our ongoing investment in platforms and technology to ensure we are digital by nature – a key part of our commitment to c...

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