NZX, New Zealand’s co-operative bank, has announced that its Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Bevan Miller has resigned from his role. Mr. Miller held this position for almost five years, and his resignation will come into effect on October 27, 2017.
Mr. Miller has 23 years of experience in the financial industry, holding different roles with various companies. He served as Chief Financial Officer at Acurity Health Group Limited for four and a half years between July 2008 and December 2012. Before that, he held the position of Manager of Finance and Commercial Telecom International at Telecom New Zealand for a year and a half between February 2007 and July 2008. The first role he listed on his LinkedIn profile was Auditor and Audit Manager at KPMG, where was employed for nearly six and a half years, between March 1994 and June 2000.
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Mark Peterson, the CEO of NZX, thanked Mr. Miller for his service on the behalf of the bank: “On behalf of the team at NZX, I would like to thank Bevan for his enormous contribution and commitment to the organisation, and in turn New Zealand’s capital markets, over the past four and a half years. Bevan has been an invaluable member of NZX’s executive team, and Chair of NZX’s Smartshares exchange traded funds business during his time here. We wish him all the best for his future role.”
NZX has begun its search for an executive to fill Mr. Miller’s shoes, and will update the market once a candidate has been found.
In May, NZX appointed industry veteran Frank Aldridge as an Executive Board Member.