Graham Gill
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Graham Gill

Serious Fraud Office / Te Tari Hara Tāware

Deputy chief executive, corporate and strategy

  • Appointed in July 2020.
  • Previously general manager evaluation and intelligence and business services.
  • Joined the SFO in March 2012 from the Commerce Commission.
  • Previously a detective sergeant in the NZ Police.
  • Worked in Asia as a human resources manager for a Sydney-based technology company.
  • Has a BBS from Massey University and a post-graduate qualification from Auckland University.


New Zealand Police / Ngā Pirihimana o Aotearoa
Detective Sergeant
Jan 1997 - Dec 2003
Human Resources Director
Sep 2001 - Jul 2002
Commerce Commission New Zealand / Te Komihana Tauhokohoko
Manager: Competition Branch, Manager Fair Trading Branch
May 2003 - Mar 2012
Serious Fraud Office / Te Tari Hara Tāware
Deputy Chief Executive Corporate and Strategy, General Manager Evaluation and Intelligence and Corporate Services, General Manager: Evaluation & Intelligence
Mar 2012 - Present

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