Grosvenor's Tume joins NZ Super Fund

Monday, May 8th 2006, 6:22AM
Mark Tume has been appointed to the Board of Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation.

Tume is the general manager of Grosvenor Group which provides wealth management services to the financial planning industry.

Previously he was head of funds management at BNZ. He is currently on the board of Transpower, Ngai Tahu holdings, and Lake Taupo Funds Ltd.

Also the New Zealand Superannuation Fund has made four new appointments.

Paul Hodge has been appointed chief operating officer. He was previously head of asset servicing and settlements at Abbey Financial Markets in London. Before that he was a manager within Credit Suisse First Boston's equity finance operations in both Zurich and London.

Peter Bennie has been appointed head of operations. He was previously senior relationship manager with BNP Paribas in Wellington. Before that he worked in Europe, most recently as head of reporting with Credit Suisse (Deutschland) AG.

Mark Thomas has been appointed head of risk management. Thomas joins the fund from Vodafone, where he was regional risk advisor for New Zealand and Australia. His previous experience includes risk management, strategy consulting and economic analysis, both locally and overseas.

Melanie Duff has been appointed head of finance. She joins the fund after six years with Ernst & Young, most recently as audit manager. Prior to that, she worked for Fruitfed Supplies (now Williams and Kettle).

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