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Jon Mayson appointed to Te Arawa Group Holdings Board

Jon Mayson appointed to Te Arawa Group Holdings Board

Media Statement

The Chair of Te Arawa Group Holdings Ltd, Wallace Haumaha, and the Chair of Te
Pumautanga o Te Arawa Trust, Alan Skipworth, are pleased to announce the appointment of Jon Mayson as a Director on Te Arawa Group Holdings Ltd.

Te Arawa Group Holdings Ltd is the commercial arm of Te Pumautanga o Te Arawa Trust. Both Chairs emphasised the wealth of experience that Jon brings to the role including past CEO of the Port of Tauranga and Chair of NZ Trade and Enterprise.

As a professional Director Jon holds a number of other Directorships and also has undertaken offshore consultancy work. Wallace Haumaha said the Te Arawa Group Holdings Ltd Board are looking forward to Jon's participation and the additional value he will bring to discussions around an increasing number of investment opportunities under consideration.

The Board also wishes to acknowledge retiring director Wally Stone for his invaluable contribution to Te Arawa Group Holdings. He serves on a number of Boards, including Chair of Kaikoura Whale Watch and Tourism NZ, and his experience added significant value to the economic growth of Te Arawa Group Holdings.

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