The Reserve Bank in the present day introduced that company lawyer Juliet Tainui-Hernandez, who has most lately been a partner at Norton Rose Fulbright in London, has accepted the place of Assistant Governor and General Manager of Transformation and People.
She was beforehand a metamorphosis director at Norton Rose and had beforehand labored for Addleshaw Goddard, Dentons, Freshfields and Clifford Chance. and Norton Rose
Mrs Tainui-Hernandez will full the Bank’s Senior Leadership Team and be primarily based within the Auckland workplace.
A press release from the Reserve Bank said:
Her position entails being answerable for main the Bank’s Transformation and People Group, overseeing the event of the Auckland workplace and relationships, and contributing to the Senior Leadership Team’s complete of Bank choice making and operations.
Juliet is of Ngāi Tahu and Whakatohea descent. She has labored with native Iwi and with a big New Zealand legislation agency earlier than commencing her worldwide profession.
Juliet has since labored in Australia, Hong Kong, and England – in roles starting from litigation and dispute decision, threat administration and regulatory compliance, technique, growth and supply of enterprise transformation tasks, broad individuals administration roles, and in newer years many features related to integration, enlargement and the mixtures of worldwide authorized practices.
Juliet is certified as a Barrister and Solicitor of the New Zealand High Court, admitted as a Solicitor within the Supreme Court of New South Wales Australia, and as a solicitor of England and Wales.
Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr mentioned: “It is a great privilege to have Juliet – and her family – return to Aotearoa, New Zealand, from London. Juliet was a Partner, the Chief Compliance Officer and Transformation Director for an international law firm, managing many complex regulatory and leadership tasks. Juliet brings a wide range of professional skills and experiences, and a passion for the people of Aotearoa. The Reserve Bank – Te Pūtea Matua – will gain significantly from her insight, experience and energy. We are honoured to be able to work with her.”
Juliet Tainui-Hernandez will begin her position in late 2020.
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