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Farewell to Angus Dale-Jones

Thursday, March 31st 2011, 5:49PM 1 Comment

Angus Dale JonesAngus Dale-Jones, Director Financial Adviser Regulation (Implementation), leaves the Securities Commission this month.

He joined in the commission in 2008 to oversee the implementation of the financial adviser regulation and has been instrumental in building industry support for the new regime.

"Angus has achieved a great deal in short time, and has built a solid foundation for regulation going forward in New Zealand," outgoing commission chairman Jane Diplock says.

"His pragmatic, open approach to regulation will be missed by the commission and those in the industry."

Dale-Jones says that his last day at the commission, March 31, marks the end of 20 years regulation.

"I'm setting up a compliance strategy consultancy. In many ways I'll be continuing what I've attempted to do for much of my regulatory career: trying to make regulation and compliance more understandable and practical. Just now I'll be the other side of the table."

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On 11 May 2011 at 2:55 pm Simon said:
While Dale-Jones was highly satisfactory in his discharging his policy duties, it is also highly likely this is one example of where the FMA felt the need to have less policy wonkish/intellectuals and more people with direct and practical experience, translating through to a practical market approach more akin to overseas regulators.
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