Interim Retirement Commissioner Peter Cordtz welcomes
the appointment of Jane Wrightson to the role, announced
today by the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Hon.
Cordtz has been filling the role of
Retirement Commissioner on a temporary basis since December
2018. Wrightson will take up the job from February 2020.
“I’m looking forward to meeting with Jane soon to
begin the handover process,” says Cordtz. “Jane’s
appointment will enable me to step back to my other role as
GM Communities and return to devoting my time fully to this
area of our work.”
Cordtz said the staff at his
office, the Commission for Financial Capability, were also
looking forward to meeting Wrightson and working with her
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