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Nawari Takes Global Harvest Holdings Ltd To New Heights

Mesake Nawari has been appointed the chief executive officer of Global Harvest Holdings Limited. Global Harvest is the business arm of the Christian Mission Fellowship International (CMFI). The announcement was
09 Jul 2017 09:40
Nawari Takes Global Harvest Holdings Ltd To New Heights
Mesake Nawari

Mesake Nawari has been appointed the chief executive officer of Global Harvest Holdings Limited.

Global Harvest is the business arm of the Christian Mission Fellowship International (CMFI). The announcement was made on Friday by President and Founder of CMFI, Reverend Suliasi Kurulo.

Mr Nawari said he was grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the church in Fiji and the world.

“For me I can really see how I am contributing through the management of the company to impact the lives of people and some of them I will never meet in my entire life.

“But to be able to do that through the business and through the contribution of the business really has encouraged me to take up this role

“I’m thankful for the opportunities I have been given in the past and the different roles I have played then. That was really a training ground preparing me for this and a training ground to go into this role. It’s God’s hand.”

The objective of Global Harvest Holdings Limited is to ensure that the benefits from the business flows back to its members and support world mission in line with the vision of the Christian Mission Fellowship International.

In his address on Friday night, Revered Kurulo said the future of Global Harvest Holdings remained strong because of the company and the other CMFI businesses were rooted on the foundations of building social capital and earning social returns.

“This is followed by growing and preserving economic capital and realising economic returns in the long term.

“This simply means that these businesses focus first on serving people and communities, creating opportunities for employment, starting own businesses and income generating activities supporting the self employed.”

Reverend Kurulo said through business, love and compassion should be demonstrated in market place.

“I have seen that people are transformed, empowered and happy through the services and products offered by the Harvest businesses.

“The business in return grows in their customer base and income. This no doubt is the most sustainable basis of economic growth,” Reverend Kurulo said.

 

Global Harvest Holdings Limited

January 2016 – GHHL registered as a company

March 2017 – CMFI approved the transfer of Harvest Plaza to GHLL as its first asset

April 28, 2017 – Launching of company prospectus for issue of more than 3 million shares at $0.88 to the public. More than $2.5 million was raised. GHHL now has more than 1,300 shareholders.The company shares are tradable on the Kontiki Over-the-counter market for the next few years while GHLL is being prepared for listing on the South Pacific Stock Exchange.

 

Mesake Nawari

Mr Nawari was instrumental in the development and management of two financial institutions in our capital markets, the Unit Trust of Fiji and the South Pacific Stock Exchange.

He went on to start the Fijian Holdings Unit Trust. He was also the first local CEO of Fiji Television.

He resigned as Senior Fellow in Finance and Deputy Head of Graduate School of Business at the University of the South Pacific.

Currently chairs the local advisory board of Bank of Baroda.

 

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