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Craig MacKenzie

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Craig MacKenzie is part of RP Data's executive team and reports to the chief executive.

Craig has been with RP Data for the past two years, after having spent over 10 years in a similar role at Genworth. Craig is responsible for the legal, risk, compliance and corporate affairs functions of the business.

Before joining Genworth, Craig was employed as corporate counsel by General Electric Australia and New Zealand where he was the designated legal counsel for three GE Capital businesses, including GE Mortgage Insurance Services.

Prior to joining General Electric Australia and New Zealand in 2001, Craig spent three years in London working for Herbert Smith, a leading UK law firm, where he focused on corporate mergers and acquisitions work. He moved to Herbert Smith from the Sydney firm Dunhill Madden Butler Solicitors.

Craig graduated from the University of New South Wales in Sydney in 1992 with a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance major) and Bachelor of Law degrees.

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