The post will last for three years from today and brings the ASB’s membership back to nine voting members.
Previously Flint has worked for KPMG, where he became a partner in 1988 specialising in banking, multinational financial reporting, treasury and securities trading operations, group reorganisations and litigation support.
He joined HSBC in 1995 and has been a member of the ASB’s Urgent Issues Task Force since 1997 which he will now leave.
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