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SPSE Chief Jinita Prasad Resigns

South Pacific Stock Exchange chief executive for nine years, Jinita Prasad, has resigned from her position effective April 24. Ms Prasad is understood to be leaving to travel overseas for
28 Jan 2015 11:12
SPSE Chief Jinita Prasad Resigns

South Pacific Stock Exchange chief executive for nine years, Jinita Prasad, has resigned from her position effective April 24.

Ms Prasad is understood to be leaving to travel overseas for an extended period of time for professional and personal development.

She said the decision to leave was not easy given her passion for the stock market but it was time to move on and she was very excited about the future.

Ms Prasad she is happy to be leaving the reins of the Exchange in hands of a competent and qualified management team and Board who will ensure the continued growth of the stock market.

Chairperson, Dr Nur Bano Ali, said that during her time at SPSE, Ms Prasad had made significant contributions to the development of the stock market in Fiji.

“She has led the company through major developmental phases, worked with the Board in implementing key growth strategies, and secured incentives to help grow the market,” Dr Ali said.

“While it is regrettable to see her leave, the Board of SPSE wishes Ms Prasad the very best in her future endeavours.”

The recruitment process for the next chief executive of the South Pacific Stock Exchange will begin immediately.

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