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Lender looks to up Maori staff

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Heartland Bank is looking to increase the number of its Maori staff.

The bank, which was born out of a merger between Marac Finance and the Canterbury and Southern Cross building societies, focuses on higher-margin consumer lending, such as auto-loans and reverse mortgages, and online lending channels including peer-to-peer lender Harmoney.

Chief executive Jeff Greenslade says Maori are underrepresented in Heartland's 360-strong workforce when compared to New Zealand's working population.

It is looking at other steps to improve diversity in the organisation.
 

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