Suncorp New Zealand has announced that Andrew MacFarlane will join as the new Chief Financial Officer in August. MacFarlane will be responsible for providing strategic oversight and monitoring of financial, actuarial, investment, capital and reinsurance for all of Suncorp’s businesses, which include Vero, Asteron Life, AA Insurance and AA Money. Jimmy Higgins, Suncorp New Zealand CEO, has said that MacFarlane’s experience will be invaluable for Suncorp.
“Suncorp New Zealand has appointed Andrew MacFarlane (pictured) as chief financial officer, effective August 02.
MacFarlane will join Suncorp from ANZ, where he spent 25 years holding several senior finance roles in areas such as its institutional division, retail bank and tax, and product management and strategy. Most recently, he was chief financial officer, group functions for ANZ New Zealand.
In his new role, MacFarlane will provide strategic oversight and monitoring of financial, actuarial, investment, capital and reinsurance aspects of Suncorp’s businesses in New Zealand. These businesses include the Vero and Asteron Life brands, as well as AA Insurance and AA Money, which are joint venture partnerships with the New Zealand Automobile Association.
Suncorp New Zealand CEO Jimmy Higgins said MacFarlane’s extensive industry experience will be invaluable to Suncorp’s business.
“I’m delighted to welcome Andrew to the Suncorp New Zealand leadership team,” said Higgins. “His experience of the financial services markets in New Zealand and Australia, coupled with his leadership within high performing businesses will be invaluable for Suncorp New Zealand as it continues to transform its business, while delivering great customer outcomes.” Click here to read more
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