Trustees

5 Quick Facts About Our Board of Trustees

  1. The Board is the governing body of the BayTrust and currently has 12 members. They are appointed by the Minister of Finance for four-year terms.
  2. The Board has among its members a balanced representation from throughout the Bay of Plenty and community, investment, legal and financial expertise to enable the Trust to apply broad-based skills and wisdom to it’s governance standards.
  3. The Board is responsible for the policy direction of the BayTrust. This includes strategic planning, budgets and Investments, Grants and other Policies. It delegates the day-to-day management of the Trust to the Chief Executive.
  4. The Board operates under a Charter which includes a Code of Conduct in which all Trustees commit to acting ethically and professionally and to avoid conflicts of interest with respect to their fiduciary responsibilities.
  5. The Board has four standing committees: Audit, Governance, Investments and Dillon Scholarship.

Rotorua Trustees

Bill Cleghorn

Bill Cleghorn

Bill Cleghorn

QSM, JP, FNZIV, MNZIF (Hon.), FPINZ

Chair – Investment Committee

Previous Roles:

  • Registered Valuer for over 40 years, and was a Consultant and founding partner of Cleghorn Gillespie Jensen Ltd in Rotorua.
  • Bay of Plenty Regional Councillor (2001 – 2007)
  • Director of Quayside Holdings (2002 – 2006).

My community involvements include Chair, Rotorua Community Charity Trust (1999 – 2011), Member, Land Valuation Tribunals, Rotorua, New Plymouth and Otago (current); and past Chair of Massey University Property Foundation.

 

Maggie Bentley

Maggie Bentley

Maggie Bentley

Rotorua born, bred and educated.  Married to Peter and recently moved from rural to city living in Rotorua.  My work history includes many years in law firms as a Legal Executive, Real Estate, farming and private business with my husband.  I am a hospital volunteer and my interests include sewing/quilting, gardening and travel.  

Stephanie Northey

Stephanie Northey

More information to come