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St Helena : St Helena: GOVERNMENT ECONOMIST ARRIVES NEXT WEEK
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 08.09.2013 (Article Archived on 06.10.2013)

Arriving on 9 September is the new Government Economist, Ian Smyth. Ian has entered a 2 year contract with St Helena Government and succeeds previous Government Economist, Owen James, who completed his contract earlier this year.





GOVERNMENT
ECONOMIST ARRIVES NEXT WEEK



 



 Arriving on 9 September is
the new Government Economist, Ian Smyth. Ian has entered a 2 year contract with
St Helena Government and succeeds previous Government Economist, Owen James,
who completed his contract earlier this year.



 



Ian brings to his new post a
wealth of experience having previously worked as an Economist in three very
different organisations; Inland Revenue, delivering economic impact assessments
on budget measures, Essex County Council, where he was responsible for
strategic planning and delivering closer integration between the corporate
plan, budget and performance management, and more recently at the UK Financial
Services Authority where he worked with the central economics team on major
policy initiatives such as the Retail Distribution Review.



 



On Ian’s appointment, Director of
Corporate Policy and Planning, Susan O’Bey said:



 



“We are looking forward to
Ian joining us in the Corporate Policy and Planning Unit. His experience and
advice will be invaluable during this crucial period as we work towards
achieving sustainable economic growth as set out in the Sustainable Development
Plan.”



 



Ian is very much looking forward
to his new role and will be accompanied on Island by his wife and two children.



SHG



2 September 2013



 

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