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Fortuin appointed to Crown Forestry Rental Trust

Appointments to Crown Forestry Rental Trust, GSF

The former Race Relations Conciliator, Gregory Fortuin, has been appointed to the Crown Forestry Rental Trust.

Mr Fortuin’s term will expire on 1 November, 2005.

Announcing the appointment, Finance Minister Michael Cullen said Mr Fortuin’s mediation skills and extensive financial background, including as a senior manager at AXA, would be valuable to the Trust.

Dr Cullen also confirmed Susie Weaver’s reappointment to the Government Superannuation Authority Board for a second three year term expiring on 1 December, 2005.

Ms Weaver will receive a fee of $17,000 a year and Mr Fortuin a daily fee of $400. The fees are consistent with the Fees Framework established by the Cabinet last year and reflect the different demands of the positions.

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