The Directors of NBS are elected by its members and two Directors retire by rotation at every NBS Annual General Meeting. The Directors role is to monitor and provide direction to the management of the Society. This includes both regular governance functions such as reviewing monthly accounting and other reporting, as well as cash and liquidity monitoring and planning.
Further involvement with structural and strategic planning, in addition to dealing with the ever changing regulatory regulations makes the role of a Director at NBS both interesting and challenging.
In addition to the monthly meeting the Chairman and Deputy Chairman are members of Sub-Committees which meet with Management as a combined team, which is both necessary and beneficial to the overall trading health of NBS.
The Directors of NBS provide prudential Governance to the Society along with Corporate Trust Limited (trading as Foundation Corporate Trust) - the NBS Trustee, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Financial Markets Authority, Fitch Ratings and Deloitte the NBS Auditor.
This gives NBS clients the comfort in knowing their investments are administered by approved authorities.
NBS Directors Pictured (left to Right)
Mr Trevor Cameron, Mr Garry Dayman, Mr Paul Bell, Mr Phillip Robson, Mr Craig Taylor.