Patrick Brockie
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Patrick Brockie

CityRailLink

Chief financial officer

  • A chartered accountant with an extensive career in banking and finance, holding senior management positions at Citibank and ANZ Bank New Zealand.
  • Corporate finance manager for the New Zealand Railways Corporation.
  • Spent significant time working in Asia and the United Kingdom with responsibility for both regional and global product businesses.
  • Former chair of Infrastructure New Zealand
  • Trustee for World Vision New Zealand.

Career

ANZ
Head of Loans and Specialised Finance, New Zealand
Aug 2010 - Jun 2018
Infrastructure New Zealand
Director, Chairman
Nov 2015 - Oct 2019
World Vision New Zealand
Trustee
Nov 2018 - Present
NZ Windfarms Ltd
Director
May 2019 - Present
CityRailLink
Chief Financial Officer
May 2019 - Present

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