Mark Todd
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Mark Todd

Financial Markets Authority / Te Mana Tatai Hokohoko


  • More than 25 years’ experience in financial markets regulation, including as a partner at a major law firm and through holding governance roles with both listed and unlisted companies.
  • Co-founded Anti-Money Laundering Solutions and chaired Mint Asset Management.
  • Also customer advocate at Westpac NZ.


AML Solutions
Director and Co-Founder
Oct 2012 - Nov 2015
Westpac Life-NZ-Limited
Feb 2013 - Oct 2017
Financial Markets Authority / Te Mana Tatai Hokohoko
Chairperson, Board Member
Jun 2015 - Present
Mint Asset Management Ltd
Jun 2015 - Apr 2019
Customer Advocate
Oct 2017 - Apr 2019

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