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BBY's NZ arm not directly affected by parent's collapse

NZ chief executive Brent Weenink says the local operations aren't part of the administration of the Australian firm.
 
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Jenny Ruth
Wed, 20 May 2015

The New Zealand arm of one of Australia’s biggest broking firms, BBY, says it isn’t directly affected by the collapse of its parent.

New Zealand chief executive Brent Weenink says the local operations aren’t part of the administration of the Australian firm, which appointed KPMG as administrators

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Jenny Ruth
Wed, 20 May 2015
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