Christine Stevenson


Christine Stevenson is currently Acting Comptroller of the New Zealand Customs Service, which plays a critical role in New Zealand’s economy and security through the facilitation of trade and travel, and the collection of Crown revenue.

Christine comes from a strong background in public service, joining Corrections after one and a half years as Deputy Chief Executive of the Ministry of Justice.

She has also previously worked in the private sector in Australia, and in the Ministry of Social Development. Before moving into leadership roles in the public sector, Christine worked as a chartered accountant.

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6 Jun 2018

The New Zealand government has received a report outlining the need for a wide range of reforms to speed up the resolution of outstanding Eathquake Commission (EQC) claims. The report reveals sizeable issues with staffing levels, data quality, record keeping and organisational culture and structure...

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