Mika Austin
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Mika Austin

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

General manager, human resources

  • Appointed 2012.
  • Previously a Senior Associate with Russell McVeagh, specialising in commercial litigation.
  • Earlier with the Financial Services Authority in London.
  • Has a LLB/BA from the Auckland University.

Career

Financial Markets Authority / Te Mana Tatai Hokohoko
Associate
Aug 2004 - Oct 2005
Russell McVeagh
Senior Associate
Jan 2005 - Dec 2012
The New Zealand Super Fund / Te Kaitiaki Tahua Penihana Kaumātua o Aotearoa
General Manager Human Resources, Head of Human Resources
Sep 2012 - Present

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