Tower CFO resigns

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Tower CFO resigns
New Zealand-based insurer Tower Limited has announced the resignation of its chief financial officer, Brett Wilson. The outgoing executive has agreed to remain in the role until a new CFO is appointed.

Wilson, who has resigned 16 months after he joined Tower in March 2015, was the person in-charge of risk and finance functions of the general insurer.

Wilson has some 20 years’ experience in the financial services. Prior to joining the general insurer, he was CFO and secretary from Seniors Money International Limited; and also held posts for ASB, Sovereign, and Metropolitan Life.

Richard Harding, Tower CEO, thanked Wilson for his hard work and commitment: “Over the past two years. Brett has made a considerable contribution to the Tower group. One behalf of the Tower management team, I would like to thank him and wish him well for his future endeavours.”

Tower Limited has already commenced an executive search and will advise the market when a new appointment is made.

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