Business of Sport: Silver Lake deal done, tough work starts

Trevor McKewen
Fri, 03 Jun 2022

Business of Sport: Silver Lake deal done, tough work starts
Richie McCaw is as savvy off the field as on it. (Image: Getty)
Trevor McKewen
Fri, 03 Jun 2022
Who will lead us into rugby's promised land?Now that the ink is finally drying on the Silver Lake deal, it’s time to tackle the elephant in the room – who will lead the two major companies to be created out of the $200 million-plus deal with NZ Rugby – and from which side of the fence will they come?Until now, the appointments of the board chair and the chief executive of the commercial entity that will now house all of NZ Rugby’s (NZR) money-making activities have largely been muted given the convoluted process...

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