LINZ boss Mersi tapped to be Transport CEO, Andrew Crisp to run LINZ in interim

Jonathan Underhill
Tue, 31 May 2016

By Jonathan Underhill May 31 (BusinessDesk) - Land Information New Zealand chief Peter Mersi has been appointed chief executive of the Ministry of Transport after almost three years running the government department that includes the Overseas Investment Office. Mersi replaces Martin Matthews, who is leaving after eight years as secretary of Transport and 18 years at CEO level in the public sector, State Services Commissioner Iain Rennie said in a statement. Mersi will be replaced on an interim basis at LINZ by Andrew Crisp, who is curr...

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