Lukas Paravicini will replace Jonathan Mason, who retires at the end of September.
The dairy giant's chief financial officer announces his retirement, prompting an international search for his replacement.
The dairy giant's chief financial officer says it will not disclose companies investing in its $525 million fund unless it has to.
Dairy giant sets the price for the units in its $525 million investment fund and reveals how much has gone offshore.
"A lot more should have gone to NZ investors. This was poorly thought out by the board."
Opponents of trading among farmers say the lack of support shows the "idiocy" of the investment fund.
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