Evening function with Tony Baldwin

18 February Christchurch 2
This event is fully booked. Please contact the Branch Manager for more information

When: Monday 18 February

Time: 5:45 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.

Price: Members: $40.00

Non-members: $60.00

Location: The George, 50 Park Terrace, Christchurch

What can we learn from the Fonterra experiment

Fonterra is New Zealand’s largest company (by revenue), yet its performance is poor.  It impacts on many parts of the New Zealand economy.  So it is essential for business people outside the dairy industry to take closer interest in Fonterra’s performance and whether the special status it has been given under the law is best for New Zealand. 

Our guest speaker Tony Baldwin’s talk with highlight:

  • Goals vs outcomes
  • Underlying causes
  • Options for change
  • Key lessons from a governance perspective
  • Why it matters and what you can do to help 

Tony Baldwin is a consultant providing advisory and project management services in relation to large transactions, strategy, re-structuring and public policy.  He has a long involvement in the electricity and dairy industries in particular, leading Government teams of officials and consultants in deregulating the producer boards and breaking-up the Electricity Corporation of New Zealand into five competing companies (including the separation of Transpower).  More recently, Tony was project manager for Genesis Energy in its stock market listing and two subsequent business acquisitions. 

Tony is involved in various philanthropic projects and enjoys a variety of outdoor adventure activities.  More information on his background is at www.tonybaldwin.co.nz.

Tony has written leading articles on Fonterra and the wider dairy industry, which are available on his website.

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