BNZ has announced business and technology expert Frances Valintine as its new future advisor.
Valintine is an education futurist. She holds over 20 years of leadership experience in education, business and technology.
In her new role, Valintine will be responsible for identifying and embracing emerging global trends. She will be working with teams across BNZ to help in areas like the future workforce, open banking and learning and development.
“Ms. Valintine is a world-leader in helping groups and organisations understand and adapt to the fast-changing and dynamic business and education worlds,” BNZ CEO Angie Mentis said. “Her insights, learnings and case studies from across New Zealand around the world will help us position ourselves to provide leading customer experiences and capture new trends and ideas.”
Valintine, meanwhile, said the banking industry needs to embrace the digital revolution.
“Not only for their own long-term benefit, but also for New Zealand’s,” she stated. “I’m pleased to be joining the team at BNZ who understand this, and who are relentlessly focused on delivering exception customer experiences.”