Simone Robbers
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Simone Robbers

Reserve Bank of New Zealand / Te Pūtea Matua

Assistant governor, governance, strategy and corporate relations

  • Extensive public and private-sector experience, most recently managing the role of director of strategy, risk and assurance at the Financial Markets Authority.
  • Previous experience with the Securities Commission, in the private sector in banking and wealth management, and with legal firms.

Career

Financial Markets Authority / Te Mana Tatai Hokohoko
Manager Regulatory Policy
Oct 2009 - Jul 2013
Financial Markets Authority / Te Mana Tatai Hokohoko
Head of Primary Regulatory Operations
Jul 2013 - Jun 2014
Financial Markets Authority / Te Mana Tatai Hokohoko
Director, Strategy, Risk and Assurance (and acting Director External Comms and Investor Capability), Director of Strategy and Risk
Dec 2015 - Present
Reserve Bank of New Zealand / Te Pūtea Matua
Assistant Governor/GM Governance, Strategy and Corporate Relations
Feb 2019 - Present
Toitū Tahua, The Centre for Sustainable Finance
Board Member
Aug 2021 - Present

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