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Exit interview: Rob Everett on cleaning up NZ's already 'clean' act

Pattrick Smellie
Fri, 24 Dec 2021

Exit interview: Rob Everett on cleaning up NZ's already 'clean' act
Trust in financial institutions oils economies and society, says Rob Everett. (Image: supplied)
Pattrick Smellie
Fri, 24 Dec 2021
“Both fantastic and terrifying.”That’s the advice from the top if you’re thinking of getting into crypto-currency.It’s how the departing Financial Markets Authority’s (FMA) chief executive, Rob Everett, describes the experience of setting up his own crypto-currency account “on the bus home” one night.He just did it to see if it could be done.It’s a very Rob Everett story.English by birth and a Kiwi by virtue of the fact that every good marriage is a deal and his Dunedin-born wife insisted on...

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