Financial Markets Authority gains new members

Wed, 03 Jun 2015

June 3 (BusinessDesk) - Three new members have been appointed to the board of the Financial Markets Authority, which regulates capital markets and financial services in New Zealand.   Campbell Stuart, William Stevens and Mark Todd will join the FMA for terms of three to five years, starting June 8, Commerce Minister Paul Goldsmith said in a statement. Stuart is a registered chartered accountant with 25 years’ experience in stockbroking and funds management. He is a director of Aspiring Asset Management and was previously managing principa...

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