Ex-Macquarie boss Allan Moss appointed to RBA board

Ex-Macquarie boss Allan Moss appointed to RBA board
Ex-Macquarie boss Allan Moss appointed to RBA board

Allan Moss, who previously headed investment bank Macquarie Group Limited, has been appointed as a part-time member to the Reserve Bank Board for a five-year period.

Moss is a principal of Allan Moss Pty Ltd and advises investment firms Evans and Partners, and Anchorage Capital Partners.

The Reserve Bank Act 1959, provides for nine board members - the governor, the deputy governor, the secretary to the Treasury and six other members.

Catherine Tanna, who has worked with BHP and Royal Dutch Shell, was also appointed a part-time member to the board for a further five-year period, the release by Treasurer Scott Morrison said. 

The other members are governor Glenn Stevens, deputy chair Philip Lowe, John Fraser (secretary to the treasury), John Akehurst, John Edwards, Kathryn Fagg and Heather Ridout.

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