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Fijians Become MWH Shareholders

Five Fiji-based staff of MWH Global have been offered the opportunity to become shareholders in the international parent company. The global engineering, consulting and construction company, which has been operating
27 Nov 2014 12:25
Fijians Become MWH Shareholders
MWH Global new shareholders: From left: Atu Nayago, Ravindra Pillay, Elina Kelepi, Rimal Karan and Josefa Vueti. Photo: RONALD KUMAR

Five Fiji-based staff of MWH Global have been offered the opportunity to become shareholders in the international parent company.
The global engineering, consulting and construction company, which has been operating in Fiji for past two years, has almost 7000 staff and is 100 per cent employee-owned.

MWH Global’s major focus in Fiji is working on consultation of the roads. MWH has rendered their services to the Fiji Roads Authority since its establishment alongside to the Government.

Once a year, eligible staff members who have been working for MWH for more than two years are invited to become shareholders or increase their shareholding.

These new shareholders will join five Fiji-based staff who have already bought in to MWH Global, bringing the total number to ten.
MWH Global Fiji country manager, Mike Rudge, said the new shareholding marks a significant milestone for his office.

“As each year goes by, more Fijian staff will become eligible to be shareholders as their two year anniversary and the annual shareholding date fall due.

“We very much look forward to the percentage of local shareholders in Fiji increasing, and to many more years of supporting Fiji as it continues on the incredible journey of growth and change it is on.”

The only female shareholder and project management assistant, Elina Kelepi, said: “I am humbled to be given such a prestige opportunity.

“The great thing about it is that I am able to participate and benefit from its future growth.”

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