Under the revised schedule, Bangladesh will play three ODIs and an equal number of T20 Internationals between 20 March and 1 April.
Snedden is a former chief executive of NZC and a board member of the organisation from 1990-1992, from 1999-2001, and again from 2013 until present.
The six New Zealand players who are set to play in the IPL are Jimmy Neesham (Kings XI Punjab), Lockie Ferguson (Kolkata Knight Riders), Mitchell McClenaghan and Trent Boult (Mumbai Indians), Kane Williamson (Sunrisers Hyderabad) and Mitchell Santner (Chennai Super Kings).
In a statement issued on Monday, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) announced that six national camps will be conducted in the next few months.
New Zealand Cricket has refuted reports that it has offered to host the now-postponed IPL this year
New Zealand Cricket deputy CEO Anthony Crummy steps down despite board slashing 15 percent of workforce
Crummy, who was associated with New Zealand Cricket for five years, said he was not asked to leave and his departure at this juncture was a mere coincidence
Coronavirus Outbreak: New Zealand Cricket to lay off 15 percent of staff, shave $6 million in operating costs
Players and staff for the national men’s Black Caps and women’s White Ferns teams would not be affected by the cost-cutting measures
New Zealand Cricket needs to reshuffle domestic season if IPL 2020 is rescheduled, says leg-spinner Ish Sodhi
Sodhi, a current international, himself will be the spin bowling consultant with the Rajasthan Royals while Mike Hesson, Stephen Fleming, Shane Bond and Brendon McCullum are some of the other former stars who are involved in the IPL
New Zealand Cricket (NZC) on Friday decided against cancelling its A team's tour of India in August despite the worsening COVID-19 pandemic, saying it is "too early at this point" even as it applied for government wage subsidy scheme to assist payments to its employees.
Coronavirus pandemic: New Zealand Cricket cancels Plunket Shield, table toppers Wellington Firebirds declared winners
Chief executive David White said New Zealand Cricket took the 'difficult decision' after receiving expert medical advice and following the government’s move to tighten border controls
NZC on Friday left it to its players to decide on their IPL participationin the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic that has caused massive upheaval across the world.
New Zealand Cricket fan banned for two years after admitting to racial abuse of England's Jofra Archer
NZC filed a complaint with the police after failing to conclusively identify a spectator who, as Archer explained on social media, had racially abused him during play on the final day of the first test at the Bay Oval in November
New Zealand vs England: Jofra Archer was racially abused by an Englishman during Mount Maunganui Test, claim two spectators
Two Tauranga brothers have revealed that the supporter did not even mention a New Zealand player once and that they are sure that he was an Englishman.
New Zealand's Amy Satterthwaite takes break from cricket to have child; becomes first to benefit from new maternity provisions
Amy Satterthwaite, who is married to team mate Lea Tahuhu, is due early next year and will miss the women’s World Twenty20 tournament in Australia that runs from 21 February-8 March.
In fact, it's not just Vettori, NZC will retire the jerseys of all those cricketers who have represented the Black Caps in more than 200 ODIs.
India vs New Zealand: Protesting against Scott Kuggeleijn, fans brandish #MeToo poster at Eden Park during 2nd T20I
New Zealand cricketer Scott Kuggeleijn's participation in the ongoing T20I series against India is making headlines for all the wrong reasons, with spectators at Wellington and Eden Park holding up posters in protest pertaining to charges of rape that had been levelled against him in the past.
New Zealand have not played in Pakistan since 2003 due to security concerns but had been asked to play Twenty20 matches in the country later this year
New Zealand wicketkeeper BJ Watling is in doubt for the first Test against Windies as he battles to recover from a hip injury but has been named in a 12-man squad for the Wellington match starting on 1 December.
New Zealand's hopes of staging first day-night Test in doubt with board yet to receive council approval
New Zealand kick off their home summer with two Tests against West Indies in December, one less than originally planned, with an eye on the proposed 'Test Championship'.
New Zealand's preparations for the upcoming tour of India received another blow on Friday when pacer Mitchell McClenaghan was ruled out of the ODI series that begins on 16 October.