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FMA head named CEO of NZ Growth Capital Partners

Staff reporters
Fri, 08 Oct 2021

Rob Everett is highly regarded for his networks and financial markets experience, says NZCGP chair David Smol. (Photo: Supplied)
Rob Everett is highly regarded for his networks and financial markets experience, says NZCGP chair David Smol. (Photo: Supplied)
Staff reporters
Fri, 08 Oct 2021
Financial Markets Authority boss Rob Everett will take up a new role as chief executive of government-owned venture fund New Zealand Capital Growth Partners.The position has been vacant for more than 12 months after the previous CEO suddenly resigned in August last year, prior to the release of a culture review which found ‘low-level bullying’ in the organisation.The venture fund appointed Kiwibank’s Daria Murray to run the operation, but she never took up the role, instead withdrawing in December for reasons never made public...

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