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Investment Fiji CEO resigns

Investment Fiji CEO resigns

08:18 TodayTaken from/By: FBCReport by: Rita Narayan

Investment Fiji CEO Ravuni Uluilakeba has resigned citing personal reasons after three and a half years in office. His resignation was effective from last Friday. Truman Bradley who is Investment Fiji chairman has been appointed Executive Chairperson as of last Saturday. The board has advertised the vacancy and it is expected to announce a new CEO. A statement says Uluilakeba played a key role in the development of processes to streamline investment in Fiji. The board thanked him for his commitment and dedication during his term in office. – See more at: http://www.fbc.com.fj/fiji/20308/investment-fiji-ceo-resigns#sthash.5hsix5h3.dpuf

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One thought on “Investment Fiji CEO resigns

  1. Ravuni had no insight into the operation of Investment Fiji. Majority of the people know nothing at Investment Fiji. The investment , employment and export figures are all time low. Truman is an opportunists who is in Investment Fiji to develop his business and remove any barriers to his business. It is indeed of great concern how chinese have made into the country through Investment Fiji without bringing any funds and creating employment.This organisation has no vision or goal. This place needs a clean up of majority staff to set a new direction.

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