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New MD for IBM in New Zealand

New MD for IBM in New Zealand

Jennifer Moxon moving to Sydney as vice president of IBM's Public Sector practice across Australia and New Zealand.

IBM New Zealand has appointed Rob Lee as the company's new managing director in New Zealand.

After four years in the role, Jennifer Moxon will move to Sydney to take up the role of VP of IBM's Public Sector practice across Australia and New Zealand.

Lee will officially step up in May, and will transfer from Sydney to Auckland. He has more than 25 years of experience with IBM and, most recently, led IBM's Westpac business across ANZ as MD of the Integrated Account.

He holds a Bachelor of Engineering from Canterbury Univertsity and is a certified engineer with IPENZ.


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