Neal Barclay
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Neal Barclay


Chief executive

  • Appointed January 2018.
  • In 2016, appointed general manager retail, responsible for Meridian and Powershop NZ’s customer sales, service and operations
  • Joined Meridian in 2008 as chief financial officer, then moved to general manager markets and production, responsible for generation asset management and wholesale trading.
  • Previously held a number of general manager and finance roles during a 13-year career with Telecom. Qualified chartered accountant.


General Manager
Jan 1995 - Aug 2008
Chief Executive, Retail General Manager, General Manager Markets and Production, General Manager Markets & Production, Chief Financial Officer
Jul 2008 - Present

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