CEO of Mandy McNeil International, an insurance advisory company that works on corporate and project transactions around the world. She is active in the not for profit/charity sector and holds Board Director positions including a community radio station in England.
She previously established and co-owned Moore-McNeil, LLC, a successful boutique insurance advisory firm in the United States established in 2004. In 2008 she negotiated the sale of the firm to a US retail insurance broker and remained on as CEO/Managing Director. Mandy was the lead consultant or provided executive oversight on over 1500 project transactions up until her departure in 2016.
- From 2000 until 2004, Mandy worked for the largest global insurance broker, Marsh where she held positions including Global Infrastructure Practice Leader, leading a global insurance advisory team on major infrastructure transactions including power, T&D, mining, light rail in the US and in Asia and major international airports around the world.
- Prior to 2000, she held assorted corporate treasury management positions, including managing multi-billion funding facilities at Transpower, which is the New Zealand national grid. Her role encompassed risk management and insurance functions, including the insurance program for the HVDC link. She developed and implemented a company-wide enterprise risk management process and was an ex officio member of the Transpower Board of Directors.
- Mandy worked in the financial markets, providing FX, money market and derivative client advisory for the largest Australasian bank, Westpac from 1994 to 1997.
- Corporate treasury management positions from 1987 to 1994, including debt raising, for Telecom NZ prior to and post privatization. She was part of the project team working on the currency hedging and debt financing for the Pacific Rim fiber optic cable project.
- In a consulting capacity, Mandy developed a Derivatives Trading training module for the Australian Securities Institute. She also developed a Construction Risk Management training model for the US Construction Standards Institute.