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Gareth Vaughan hopes the Financial Markets Authority under its incoming CEO will stand up for the little guys, the ma and pa retail investors, and not be too tied up with the big end of town

Gareth Vaughan hopes the Financial Markets Authority under its incoming CEO will stand up for the little guys, the ma and pa retail investors, and not be too tied up with the big end of town
Gibraltar

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I am a supporter so why don't I have access to this ?

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Ok but what is the photo of at least?

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I wasn't sure it was Gibraltar either and did an image search. An impressive image. 

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The incoming CEO lady coming to NZ to run the regulator is like her playing the game on "EASY Mode". Gilbratar is a major offshore tax/ financial haven for the European elite and she could do her new job in NZ whilst half asleep on the bender. Most finance operators in NZ are nobody anyways on the global scheme of things. 

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Ah well now confess very slow on the uptake is me.  Still good to learn. Had only ever seen Gibraltar from the seaward side. Now another angle that should have known. Actually quite fascinating. No wonder Adolf was pissed off that Franco wouldn’t let him come in and invade from that direction.

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