Scott Pickering (photo), Chief Executive Officer of Accident Compensation Corporation (photo)ACC), I will resign after completing my eight-year term on June 30th.
In the company’s announcement, ACC Chairman of the Board, Dame Paula Rebstock, said that during Pickering’s tenure, public confidence and confidence in ACC increased from 48% to 72%, dramatically increasing the number of privacy breaches. He said it had decreased. The company was also able to partner with more organizations and communities to prevent injuries. This includes building stronger ties with Maori under ACC’s Maori strategy, Whāia Te Tika.
Moreover, despite the volatile environment, investment funds grew to $ 50 billion and their financial performance remained strong.
“ACC and New Zealand are fortunate that Scott’s passionate, compassionate and energetic Chief Executive Officer has been instrumental in helping ACC do its best for our customers and their well-being. “I will,” said Rebstock. I hope he will do his best for the future. “
She added that the ACC board is currently looking for a successor to Pickering with the help of executive search firm Maritana Partners.
Before becoming CEO of ACC in 2013, pickering ChubWillis and RSA have over 30 years of insurance careers, both in New Zealand and abroad.
According to Pickering, 54, his next destination will probably be the private sector.
“I oversaw this work and provided most of the transformation program, so I feel it’s the right time to put my energy into a new role,” he said. The whole country was an absolute privilege. That is the main reason why ACC is part of New Zealand’s DNA. It was a difficult decision to leave. “
ACC CEO Scott Pickering resigns
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