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From FMA to RBNZ

A new assistant governor of the Reserve Bank has been hired from the financial markets regulator.

Monday, January 14th 2019, 9:48PM

Simone Robbers joins RBNZ as an Assistant Governor

Financial Markets Authority strategy, risk and assurance director Simone Robbers has been appointed alongside Harbour's fixed income boss, Christian Hawkesby, to the leadership team.

She will start the position of assistant governor and general manager of governance, strategy and corporate relations on February 18, responsible for the bank’s strategic planning and performance, communications, legal, risk and audit teams and the board secretariat.

The strategic planning and performance unit is new and will be responsible for ensuring world class benchmarks are identified, measured and managed across all aspects of the bank’s activities.

“The role will ensure bank-wide strategies and relationship management have central coordination, such as our Te Ao Maori strategy, our climate change strategy, and the many regional and international relationships we must manage in the normal course of business,” governor Adrian Orr said.

“Simone brings with her a wealth of public and private sector experience, most recently successfully managing the role of director of strategy, risk and assurance at the NZ Financial Markets Authority, as well as previous experience with the securities commission and in the private sector in banking and wealth management, and legal firms. We are privileged to have Simone join us.

“It is also a great privilege to work beside the first two female governors in the history of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, with both Simone Robbers and Lindsay Jenkin in the newly-formed senior leadership team,” Orr said.

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