Malcolm Shaw
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Malcolm Shaw

NZ Post / Tukurau Aotearoa

Chief governance and sustainability officer

  • Appointed 2000.
  • Previously in-house counsel at Contact Energy and the NZ Dairy Board, and was a corporate and commercial lawyer for firms in NZ and overseas.
  • A barrister and solicitor of the High Court of NZ.

Career

Kensington Swan
Senior Associate
Jul 1988 - Mar 1995
CMS Cameron McKenna
Overseas Lawyer
Sep 1995 - Dec 1996
New Zealand Dairy Board
Assistant General Counsel
Apr 1997 - Apr 1998
Contact Energy
Legal Counsel
Apr 1998 - Jun 2000
NZ Post / Tukurau Aotearoa
Chief Governance & Sustainability Officer, Chief People & Governance Officer, GGM Governance, International Relations & Sustainability
Jul 2000 - Present

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