About June McCabe

June McCabe

June McCabe

Following an extensive corporate career in the public, finance and banking sectors, June established Sustainable Prosperity (NZ) Limited.

June’s banking and finance experience spans the last 20 years where she joined Mortgage Corporation in 1992 and gained experience in securitisation and investment banking. In 1997 she joined Westpac Banking Corporation as a senior executive and gained experience in all aspects of banking (institutional, corporate and retail). In 2006-7 she held a position with Cranleigh Merchant Bankers.

Currently, she is in working in partnership with JBWere, an investment specialists firm to stimulate Maori participation in the capital markets.

She is a strong advocate for building New Zealand’s Leadership capability as evidenced by her role as Founding Chair of Excelerator – the Leadership Institute and for her work toward the economic advancement of both Maori and women. In 2003 she launched a book which she co-authored entitled Woman2Woman aimed at motivating and inspiring women in careers and business. From 1997 she has been active in promoting Maori advancement having held a number of roles that give rise to Maori Investment and Enterprise development including: In 1998, Chairman of the Economic Development Commission; In 2005, Trustee of The Hui Taumata Trust; In 2009 the Maori Economic Taskforce and in 2011 – 12 a member of the Maori Economic Panel tasked with developing a Maori strategy for government entitled He Kai Kei Aku Ringa. She is also a member of the Maori Liaison Committee for the Law Commission.

With governance experience of over 20 years, she has been on a number of public, private and not-for-profits and Maori organisations, including Television New Zealand, The New Zealand Venture Investment Fund, Housing New Zealand, Accident Compensation Corporation and Westpac’s Superannuation Fund, Crown Health Financing Agency, Financial Services Institute of Australasia, She is currently on the boards of Northland District Health Board, Procare Health Limited and associated companies, Avanti Finance, Galatos Finance, Enterprise Capital, Te Waka Pupuri Putea Limited and Open Wananga Limited a subsidiary of Te Wananga o Aotearoa.