Nominations sought for Racing Board Chair
Hon Nathan Guy
5 April 2013 Media
sought for Racing Board Chair
Minister for Racing
Nathan Guy is calling for nominations for independent Chair
of the New Zealand Racing Board.
“This is an important
position as the head of the governing body for racing in New
Zealand,” says Mr Guy.
“The New Zealand Racing Board
is responsible for the promotion, organisation and
development of the racing industry, and also provides racing
and sports betting services through the TAB.
need to have expertise in business, marketing or economics
as well as strong governance skills.”
Mr Guy has written
to all three racing codes this week seeking
The appointment is expected to commence from
1 August 2013. Nomination forms and further details about
the Board’s membership, powers and functions is available
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