Benjamin Phillips to leave NZX

Staff reporters
Wed, 07 Jul 2021

Stock exchange operator NZX said Benjamin Phillips, markets development and clearing executive director, has resigned after seven years and will leave at the end of this month.Phillips had made "a significant contribution" to NZX and "played a pivotal role through an important period of strategic transformation, always bringing an international perspective to the market development opportunities and operational challenges", said NZX chief executive Mark Peterson.In particular, Phillips had led initiatives in 2017 and 2018 th...

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