Bloomfield new ceo ministry of revenue and customs

Tonga’s Ministry of Revenue and Cutoms has appointed Mr. Kulufeinga ‘Anisi Bloomfield of Neiafu, as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Statement from Prime Minister’s office said “Mr. Bloomfield shall be employed by the Government for a period of three (3) years with effect from 30 March, 2015.

“Mr. Bloomfield holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Economics (2009) and a Bachelor of Science (1992) from the University of the South Pacific, Fiji.  He has extensive knowledge and work experience in International and Regional Trade organizations.  In 2006, he was the Head of the Oceania Customs Organisation Secretariat, based in Suva, Fiji.  He has had professional affiliations with renowned Trade Organisations such as the World Trade Organisation and PICTA.  Mr. Bloomfield has been with the Government before, working as a senior official for over 20 years, particularly at the Ministry of Revenue and Customs prior to his engagements with other regional/international organisations.

“The Public Service Commission welcomes Mr. Kulufeinga ‘Anisi Bloomfield’s appointment as the new CEO for the Ministry of Revenue and Customs and wishes him success in his term in Office”.

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