Communications Minister Paul Fletcher stated on Monday afternoon that present chair of NBN Co Ziggy Switkowski will leave on January 1.
Taking the reins of the business accountable for the National Broadband Network will be Kate McKenzie, who was the CEO of New Zealand broadband wholesaler Chorus till completion of 2019
” Of course, my one remorse is I ‘d like to take the great Chorus fiber network back house with me, however yeah, that’s most likely not going to take place,” McKenzie stated at the time.
Completing the board is Nerida Caesar, who likewise rests on Westpac’s board, and was formerly CEO of Equifax in Australia and New Zealand, along with Telstra.
” These visits will contribute to the strength of the varied management comprising the board and will continue its concentrate on managing the shift of NBN Co to its functional stage following the conclusion of the network develop,” Fletcher stated.
Switkowski was just recently selected chair of Crown Resorts, taking over from previous Howard-era Communications Minister Helen Coonan, and stepped down as chancellor of RMIT after the National Tertiary Education Union required him to resign.
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