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Appointments to Securities Commission and Takeovers Panel

Thursday 10th July 2008

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Appointments have been made today to the boards of the Securities Commission and the Takeovers Panel.

Commerce Minister Lianne Dalziel announced Keitha Dunstan, who is currently head of the School of Accounting and Commercial Law at Victoria Uinversity, and Mai Chen, a partner in Chen Palmer, public law specialists and formerly a senior lecturer at Victoria University, have been reappointed members of the Securities Commission.

Colin Giffney has been appointed as the Takeovers Panel deputy chairman and Peter Scott as a panel member.

Giffney is the principal of Giffney and Jones, Auckland-based specialist corporate advisers and was first appointed to the panel in 2001. He will take over the deputy chairman position when the term of office of the current deputy chair, Alastair Lawrence, finishes later this year.

Scott is a current member of the Australian Takeovers Panel and is the vice-chair of UBS AG's Investment Banking Division.

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