FRCS Congratulates Tevita Tuiloa On His Appointment to FRU Board

The Fiji Revenue and Customs Service (FRCS) wishes to congratulate Principal Auditor/Team Leader Mr. Tevita Tuiloa on his appointment as a Director to the Fiji Rugby Union (FRU) Board.

Mr. Tuiloa is currently the Secretary for the Suva Rugby Union.  He has held this position for several years in a volunteer role and as a result of his outstanding performance, he was nominated by the Suva Rugby Union to be a Board Director of the FRU.

While congratulating Mr. Tuiloa on his new appointment, FRCS CEO Mr. Mark Dixon said FRCS is proud of Mr. Tuiloa’s great achievement.

“I am certain that Tevita will strive to move rugby in Fiji to new heights with his strong leadership qualities and his great passion and commitment for sport” said FRCS CEO Mr. Mark Dixon.

“FRCS, in line with its mission to ‘Helping Fiji Grow’, is happy to support sports in Fiji. Early this year, one of our staff represented Fiji at the Oceania Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar and now we have Tevita’s appointment to FRU Board,” said Mr. Dixon.

 “I feel honored to be appointed as a Board Director for FRU and hope I can add value and improvements where needed both at a strategic and operational level. Rugby is our national sport and hopefully, we can continue to use it as a tool for nation building and improve performances both on and off the field. More importantly, continue to provide pathways for our boys and girls, men and women to earn a living through rugby,” Mr. Tuiloa said.

“I wish to thank the FRCS CEO and our Intelligence, Compliance and Investigations (ICI) team for allowing me to serve on the FRU Board, continuing our mission of “Helping Fiji Grow” through sports.

“Working at FRCS, you have a mission of helping businesses comply with tax laws and pay their taxes which in turn helps Fiji grow. Similarly, for rugby, we help rugby clubs (both men and women), players and supporters play and enjoy rugby. By doing so, they create economic activity from the hiring of grounds, transport, volunteers and meals, along with remittances sent from offshore for those contracted helping their families back home. With our Drua men and women teams, this ensures that we host more Super Rugby and test matches here in Fiji which also contributes to Tourism and the economic impacts on all Fijians,” Mr. Tuiloa added.

Mr. Tuiloa, while with Suva Rugby had been responsible for their commercial and sponsorship program together with his expertise in tournament hosting, which would add great value to the FRU Board.



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