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"How I have upheld Tikanga throughout decision-making in the boardroom"

Anthony Ririnui (Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Ranginui) shares his experiences on how he has upheld Tikanga while governing in the corporate world.

Speaker(s)
Anthony Ririnui
Date
5:30pm — 7:30pm, 22 July 2021
Venue
Trust Tairāwhiti
Location
50 The Esplanade, Kaiti, Gisborne
Price members
$30.00 incl GST
Price non-members
$30.00 incl GST

Overview

Anthony will be answering questions from our facilitator, Whaimutu Dewes, reflecting on his experiences within both Māori and corporate governance from his various board positions, before opening it up to the floor for further questions.

Questions may include:

  • Can you tell us a little about how you got started in governance and how you became involved within non-Māori entities?
  • When you have joined a board that does not uphold tikanga, how have you introduced it?
  • Has there been pushback from other board members, and if so, how did you work through this? What were the outcomes?
  • Do you find that shareholders and board members are conscious of the changing expectations from customers in relation to tikanga/values?


Anthony Ririnui

Anthony grew up in Tauranga Moana and is uri of Ngāi te Rangi and Ngāti Ranginui. He has 26 years of experience in banking and finance and is currently Head of Māori Financial Solutions at ASB Bank.

Anthony works extensively with iwi and Māori organisations in Aotearoa in structured finance and bespoke banking solutions for clients, ranging from small not-for-profit entities to larger SME’s, and he also works with cross-border multi-national organisations. He created, developed, and leads ASB's Māori Business team.

His passion is to support Māori organisations that aspire to grow and prosper for the benefit of their people. The Māori economy is growing and with growth comes opportunity and challenges.

Over the past seven years Anthony has had local board level evolvement with a number of community organisations and Māori entities. Providing a contribution through this finance, strategic and cultural experience.

Anthony is married to Natalie, and they live in Pāpāmoa with their four tamariki. He enjoys supporting his kids in their sporting and kapa haka endeavours and keeping fit.

Additional information

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Bay of Plenty Branch Manager
+64 27 5888 118
laura.gaveika@iod.org.nz

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