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On the Money: 'Foxy' Glen Sowry heads south, finding Westpac, ministerial mid-winter getaways, and more

BusinessDesk
Sat, 24 Jul 2021

On the Money: 'Foxy' Glen Sowry heads south, finding Westpac, ministerial mid-winter getaways, and more
ANZ Chief Executive Antonia Watson: it's lonely in the middle (Image: Getty)
BusinessDesk
Sat, 24 Jul 2021
Welcome to On the Money, our weekly column on money and the people making it.Girl power?Women don’t seem to have any problem getting to the top of our four major banks, but what about lower down at the portfolio manager level?Therese Walsh and Pip Greenwood are the designated chairs of ASB and Westpac respectively and there are three women chief executives, Antonia Watson (ANZ, pictured), Vittoria Shortt (ASB) and Angela Mentis (BNZ).However, while the four banks manage $44.4 billion, or 55.7%, of KiwiSaver, there seems to be very limited...

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