FMA's Rob Everett to step down

Staff reporters
Tue, 16 Mar 2021

Staff reporters
Tue, 16 Mar 2021
Financial Markets Authority chief executive Rob Everett is planning to leave the organisation towards the end of the year.Chair Mark Todd said the board and Everett are working towards a Sept 30 departure date "but will take a flexible approach to the timing in order to ensure a smooth transition".The board has hired executive search firm Hobson Leavy to find a replacement.Todd said Everett "has done an outstanding job as the FMA's second chief executive, overseeing the implementation of the Financial Markets Conduct Act...

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