A "strong list of candidates" was whittled down to two business professionals who have been elected as non-voting members of the Economic Development Committee.
They will be fully involved in all work that goes on with the Committee, but will not get a vote on political issues or decisions.
Tony Mancini and Andrew Niles both have significant experience in business and in the finance sector, according to Economic Development President, Deputy Neil Inder.
Mr Mancini has spent nearly 30 years advising high level business corporations on international and local tax and is currently a tax partner at KPMG.
Mr Niles chairs the Guernsey Finance Hong Kong Strategy committee and has travelled all around the world consulting on fiduciary matters.
“I am delighted to welcome Tony and Andrew to our future meetings as we progress the Committee’s agenda”, said Deputy Inder.
"Both Tony and Andrew have significant experience in business and in the finance sector and their skills and expertise will, I am sure, contribute to and enhance the committee’s decision making process."
Pictured top: Mr Niles and Mr Mancini will be involved in all Economic Development discussions.
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