The New Zealand Stock Exchange NZX has appointed Andrew Harmos as the new chairman of its board of directors. Harmos has been a director since 2002, a period in which NZX has made improvements to the regulatory and technology infrastructure of the local capital markets, with the intention of making a dent as an international market. Harmos replaces outgoing chairman Simon Allen.
Harmos is a founding partner of Harmos Horton Lusk, an Auckland-based corporate law firm. His area of expertise is takeover advice and structuring, securities offerings, as well as company and asset acquisitions and sales. Before setting up his own firm, he was a partner at Russell McVeagh for 16 years.
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