The Professional Advises Association has appointed an Australian to take over the role of chief executive.
Rod Severn has been appointed to the role and will take charge on March 3.
“Severn is a strong advocate and supporter of the value of advice and the adviser service,” PAA chairman Bruce Cortesi says.
He brings a wealth of business development expertise and a strong background in sales and general... MORE»
Thursday, February 27th, 3:48PM
Anthony Quirk has been appointed the new chairman of the Institute of Finance Professionals, replacing David Green.
He is managing director of Milford Asset Management and former deputy chair... MORE»
Monday, February 17th, 6:00AM
Chris Locke has joined Camelot’s Wellington office.
He is studying to be an AFA and holds an NZX diploma and a BCA in economics.
Saturday, February 15th, 10:28AM
Wellington investment company Rangatira’s chief executive, Ian Frame, is to retire at the end of June this year.
Chairman David Pilkington said: “Ian has been our chief executive for the... MORE»
Friday, February 14th, 3:36PM
Drew Hoffman has been appointed to the Newton Ross team in Auckland, where he will work as a senior adviser.
Hoffman had been with the FMA, where he was responsible for financial adviser monitoring.