Mark Fennell
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Mark Fennell

The New Zealand Super Fund / Te Kaitiaki Tahua Penihana Kaumātua o Aotearoa

General manager, risk

  • Appointed general manager, operations in 2007 and general manager, portfolio completion, in 2012.
  • Previously company secretary, treasurer and chief risk manager for The Warehouse Group.
  • Public sector experience in state-owned enterprises, working as treasurer for the Forestry Corp and NZ Railways Corp. Spent time with Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
  • Member of the NZ Institute of Financial Professionals Inc (INFINZ).


New Zealand Racing Board
Corporate Finance
Jan 1981 - Dec 1987
Forestry Corporation
Jan 1987 - Dec 1996
The Warehouse Group
Company Secretary, Treasurer
Jan 1998 - Dec 2007
The New Zealand Super Fund / Te Kaitiaki Tahua Penihana Kaumātua o Aotearoa
GM Portfolio Completion, GM Operations
Jul 2007 - Present

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