The New Zealand Gambling Commission national regulatory body has revealed that Graeme Reeves has been reappointed as its chief gambling commissioner.
Reeves, a commercial lawyer with experience in commercial and property law, previously served as a director of the Airways Corporation for New Zealand and spent time as a director of New Zealand Post.
The body has also reappointed Wendie Harvey and Russell Bell as gambling commissioner.
Harvey is a barrister and solicitor of the country’s High Court, with experience in business and commercial governance, as well as commercial and employment law.
Bell is a practicing chartered accountant and auditor with specialist knowledge of the gambling sector, in addition to business and governance experience from a number of management consultant roles.
New Zealand Internal Affairs Minister, Peter Dunne, also confirmed the three reappointments.
source : www.igamingbusiness.com