Mark Edghill has been appointed Queenstown Airport
Corporation's chief financial officer (CFO), effective February
QAC chief executive Scott Paterson said Mr Edghill,
originally from the United Kingdom, was a chartered
accountant-qualified CFO with nearly 30 years' experience in
finance and governance.
His key responsibilities would include treasury and capital
planning, financial reporting, risk management and corporate
compliance, along with managing the airport corporation's
information technology and insurance portfolios.
Mr Edghill had previously been Z Energy's CFO and was
completing a short-term contract at City Care, a Christchurch
City Council-controlled trading organisation.
He held a bachelor of science (Hons) and was a fellow of CPA
Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in
England and Wales and a member of NZICA and the New Zealand
Institute of Directors.
Mr Paterson said he was delighted with the appointment and
believed Mr Edghill's skills and experience would be a great
addition to the QAC executive team.
''Mark is extremely well qualified to serve as CFO.
''He has extensive experience in finance and leadership and
will be invaluable as we continue to expand our business to
service passenger growth.''
QAC reported a solid financial performance for the year ended
June 2013, achieving 7.7% growth in revenue to $19.6 million,
a net profit of $5.3 million and a shareholder dividend of