Appointment of Group General Counsel

Mon, Dec 18 2023 11:31 am

18 December 2023


Oceania wishes to advise the appointment of Claire Fisher as Group General Counsel and Company Secretary. Claire will commence her role in January 2024.

Claire is a driven, relationship focused leader with over 18 years' legal and corporate finance experience. Claire's career to date includes leading ANZ's loan syndications and agency team and prior to joining the bank, working in Chapman Tripp's finance team.

Claire is known for her technical legal skills and for being a dynamic leader who brings out the best in people with an empathetic and collaborative approach. Claire's team has consistently excelled across a variety of areas including deal origination, structuring and execution and her relentless pursuit of excellence aligns well with Oceania's vision to Believe in Better.

Claire has a BA/LLB from the University of Auckland.

Oceania's Chief Executive Officer, Brent Pattison, said "Claire brings a wealth of experience, a proven track record of outstanding business delivery. She is well known and highly respected and will be responsible for the delivery of legal, risk, regulation and compliance services to support the business.” We are delighted to welcome Claire to the team and look forward to her starting early in the New Year”.


For all enquiries, please contact Kelly Bennett, [email protected],
Ph +64 21 380 035

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