FANZ Board of Directors

 

 Mike Skilling

Michael Skilling

Chairman

BAgriSci, PGDipBank, CMinstitD

Auckland

Michael joined the board in May 2016 and has been a member of the board of SBS Bank since 2014. He is also a director of Staples Rodway Asset Management Limited, a subsidiary company of Funds Administration New Zealand Limited.

He has in-depth experience in retail, private, rural and business banking together with insurance, managed funds and finance companies. In previous roles, he has led both the Agribusiness and Business Banking arms of BNZ including Small Business, Medium/Large Business, International Trade, Property, Plant and Machinery Finance and Private Banking.

Michael is a director of several other Boards - including farming enterprises, a pre-school business, a mortgage broker and a finance company. He was a founding director of The ICEHOUSE and a Trustee for eight years. He has been a judge of the Auckland Business Awards and the Indian Business Awards.

He is a Senior Fellow of Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA) and a Chartered Member of the New Zealand Institute of Directors. 

 Greg Mulvey

Greg Mulvey

Director

BCom, FCA, FNZIM

Invercargill

Greg joined the board in May 2004 and has been a member of the board of SBS Bank since 2004.

Greg is a qualified accountant with over 40 years’ experience in the corporate sector including 30 years as general manager of the Invercargill Licensing Trust and a former director of DB South Island Brewery Limited. Greg is currently a Trustee of the Southland Indoor Leisure Centre Charitable Trust.

Greg is a fellow of both the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants and the New Zealand Institute of Management.

 Derek Young

Derek Young

Executive Director

BCA, CA

Wellington

Derek joined the board in May 2004.

Derek has over 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry and has extensive investment management experience.

Prior to joining Funds Administration New Zealand Limited, Derek was a General Manager for ING as well as being responsible for the operations of ANZ Life New Zealand. Derek has worked for leading funds management organisations such as TOWER, ANZ, and Armstrong Jones/ING in senior management roles.

Derek is a member of INFINZ. 

Graham Duston 2

Graham Duston

Executive Director

BCom, PGDip (Commerce)

National Certificate in Financial Services (Financial Advice), AFA

Christchurch

Graham joined the board in September 2001. He is also a director of Staples Rodway Asset Management Limited, a subsidiary company of Funds Administration New Zealand Limited.

Graham has over 30 years’ experience in the financial services industry and has extensive investment management experience.

Prior to joining Funds Administration New Zealand Limited, Graham was the General Manager of ANZ Funds Management and New Zealand Manager of ANZ Life New Zealand. He has also held senior management roles with TOWER and Armstrong Jones/ING.

Graham is a member of INFINZ.

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Mark OConnor

Mark O’Connor

Director

BCom, FCA, FNZIM

Invercargill

Mark joined the Board in September 2020 having been appointed to the SBS Bank Board in August 2018.

Mark is a qualified accountant who has previously been involved in senior management roles in the New Zealand port sector. He is the former CEO of NZX listed company South Port NZ, a position he held for 18 years. Prior to his port sector involvement, he was employed by EY for 10 years including a 2-year period in Toronto, Canada.

In addition to the SBS Group Company directorships, Mark is chairman of private equity fund Invest South and a director of Calvary Hospital Southland. He is also Chairman of the Assurance & Risk Committee for NZ Customs and has been active in the Southland Regional Development (SoRDS) programme. He currently chairs the Southland Aquaculture Working Group and is a member of the Hawthorndale Care Village Charitable Trust Project Group.

Mark is a fellow of both the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants and the New Zealand Institute of Management.