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Two more senior appointments at TE

Trustees Executors makes two key executive appointments to drive growth strategy.

Thursday, October 10th 2019, 6:36AM

Robert Sloan

Trustees Executors has appointed Geoffory Rimmer to the new role of chief operating officer, with responsibility for overseeing the company’s daily operations and business strategy. Establishing goals for sustained performance and growth across Trustees Executors business units will be one of his key priorities.

Rimmer has more than 25 years’ experience in the Australian trustee and financial services sector, and has deep leadership experience in strategic planning, finance, operations, sales and marketing, business development and M&A.

He was previously executive general manager of trustee and wealth services at Equity Trustees, an ASX-listed trustee company. Prior to this he was the founding CEO of Financial Services Partners, a top 20 dealer group which had funds under administration of $4.5 billion.

Robert Sloan has been appointed to the newly created role of chief risk officer.

He is currently Head of Capital Markets Disclosure at the Financial Markets Authority. Prior to joining the FMA Sloan spent 14 years working for major New Zealand, UK and
United States law firms advising clients on M&A and equity transactions in the energy, transport and defence sectors.

Reinforcing Trustees Executors’ commitment to maintaining a robust risk and

“We are delighted to have appointed two high calibre senior executives to help drive our growth agenda and oversee our management of risk and compliance," chief executive Ryan Bessemer says.

“Geoff is an accomplished and very strategic executive who will assist me to develop and execute our growth strategy, which is underpinned by distributed ledger technology.

“With his deep understanding of the regulatory and compliance framework in New Zealand, Robert will bring a strategic and technical focus to our supervision business, whilst developing a strong culture of best practice conduct in the MIS sector.”

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