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USX: Rangatira Investments appoints Mark Dossor as its Chief Executive

Thursday 26th April 2018

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Wellington investment company Rangatira Investments are pleased to announce that the board has appointed Mark Dossor as its Chief Executive; Mark takes up the appointment in July.

Mark Dossor has been the Chief Financial Officer of the Accident Compensation Corporation since 2012. Not only did Mark have responsibility for leading ACC's finance function but he also led procurement, property and investment management covering an investment fund of $36 billion.

Mark began his career in KPMG and has also worked at MAS Technology and Endeavour Capital before spending 3+ years at NZ Post as CFO of their Postal Services Business.

He has a Bachelor of Comerce and Administration from Victoria University of Wellington and completed the Advanced Development Program at the London Business School.

 

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