Rob Everett, Chief Executive
Rob was appointed Chief Executive in November 2013 and joined FMA in February 2014. Originally from the UK, Rob previously was a director with Promontory Financial Group, a global regulatory consulting group and before that he spent 17 years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Europe, Asia and North America. His roles included Chief Operating Officer for Europe, the Middle East & Africa (EMEA); General Counsel, Head of Legal and Compliance, EMEA; and Head of Legal for Investment Banking, EMEA and before that for Investment Banking, Asia Pacific region. Rob has expertise in investment banking, legal and risk management as well as advising on corporate governance, compliance and other regulatory matters. His depth and wealth of experience means Rob brings a truly global perspective to his leadership of FMA. Rob qualified as a lawyer in the UK and holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree and a Master of Arts in Law from Cambridge University.
Adam Hunt, Head of Strategic Intelligence
Adam leads FMA's intelligence and knowledge management activities, ensuring FMA has accurate and up-to-the-minute knowledge of the market, from both a local and global perspective. His background is in compliance, intelligence, digital forensics and information technology. Adam was previously director of Tax Solutions and Strategy at Oracle Corporation and Establishing Manager of Inland Revenue's Strategic Risk and Intelligence Unit.
Belinda Moffat, Head of Enforcement
Belinda brings considerable experience of litigation from her career in legal private practice. Prior to joining FMA, Belinda was Head of Dispute Resolution at Westpac New Zealand. She has practised as a commercial litigation lawyer in both New Zealand and the UK and has appeared before Courts and Tribunals in New Zealand, the UK, USA and in the Caribbean in relation to commercial, banking and finance, competition and criminal matters. Belinda's role at FMA is to develop and lead FMA's investigation, forensic accounting and litigation capability.
Dave Brady, Head of Finance and Business Operations and Acting Head of People, Capability and Culture
Dave leads FMA's Finance, ICT and project teams, ensuring FMA has the operational efficiency to support the organisation. He has a broad background across utilities, property and construction, internet and airline industries. His previous roles have included freelance Business Consultant, Management Consultant at Davis Ogilvie & Partners and Financial Controller of Property Ventures.
Elaine Campbell, Head of Compliance Monitoring
Elaine leads and oversees the development of FMA's commercial and infrastructure monitoring function, which includes trustees, qualifying financial entities, brokers, financial service providers, auditors, superannuation and KiwiSaver schemes, fund managers, futures dealers, clearing houses, registered markets and secondary market activity. Previously she was Head of Market Supervision at NZX, and Executive Counsel of the NZ Markets Disciplinary Tribunal.
Liam Mason, Head of Legal and Board Secretary
Liam leads FMA’s legal team and provides in-house counsel and independent advice to the FMA Board. He was General Counsel to the Securities Commission from 2002 until 2011, when he was seconded to the New Zealand Ministry of Economic Development (now the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment) to provide expert advice on the Government’s review of New Zealand’s securities law. Liam has extensive experience in securities law and corporate governance matters, advising Board members and staff on securities and financial services law and policy, Crown entity governance and legal compliance.
Owen Gill, Head of Communications
Owen leads the strategic and operational management of FMA’s communications, including with external stakeholders. He has worked for Australia's two largest regulators - the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), including on the implementation of licensing and conduct provisions in financial services. Owen’s previous roles have included General Manager of Public Affairs for Sydney's urban rail network - Australia's largest public transport operation, and Corporate Communications Manager at the Bank of New Zealand. Owen was advisor to the Rt. Hon Helen Clark when she was Leader of the Opposition. He has also worked for the State Services Commission in New Zealand. Owen has an MBA from Macquarie University in Sydney; a post-graduate diploma in public policy and a BA in politics from Victoria University of Wellington; and a tertiary qualification in journalism.
Simone Robbers, Acting Head of Primary Regulatory Operations
Simone leads and oversees the development of FMA's regulatory strategies and activities relating to the primary and retail financial markets, including financial advisers, issuers and related financial markets law reform. Simone is a senior lawyer with a strong commercial background in financial services and has held senior legal, risk and compliance roles in the financial services industry both here in New Zealand and in the United Kingdom.
Sue Brown, Head of Strategy, Innovation and Engagement
Sue leads FMA’s Strategy, Innovation & Engagement change programme - developing FMA’s approach, and working with financial market participants, to achieving its objectives for the future of New Zealand’s financial markets, with a particular focus on delivery of the change heralded by the Financial Markets Conduct Act. She is a senior leader with more than 25 years’ experience leading corporate, legal and regulatory organisations in New Zealand, Australia and the UK.