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PIPSO new board member

Ropate Valemei
Saturday, February 23, 2013

BANK South Pacific's microfinance, government and community relations general manager Howard Politini was recently appointed a board member of PIPSO.

The appointment follows the resignation of Mark Mathews from the board last year.

In a statement, the organisation said Mr Politini's nomination to the board was endorsed by the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation by virtue of his appointment as the acting president of FCEF.

He was previously employed by Colonial National Bank, Civil Aviation Authority of Fiji, Nadi Airport School headteacher, teacher at Labasa primary and Laucala Bay secondary schools.

Mr Politini served in the Royal Fiji Military Forces Territorial and Regular Forces in Lebanon and Sinai. He holds a number of positions including Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation acting president, Government Employment Relations Advisory Board member, New World Supermarkets Limited director, FIJI Water Foundation trustee, Fiji Gospel Churches Trust, Gospel Schools Council for Education and chairman of Gospel School for the Deaf.





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