The Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister for Trade, Co-operatives, Small and Medium Enterprises and Communications - Hon. Manoa Kamikamica is a proud Fijian with over 33 years of experience in the field of Finance, Aviation, Banking and Manufacturing at a senior executive level. A Chartered Accountant by Profession Hon. Kamikamica is the first indigenous Fijian to become a member of the Australian Institute of Chartered Accountants and is presently a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. Hon. Kamikamica was the CFO and General Manager for the Lyndhurst Group of Companies and has served senior roles with ANZ in Tonga, Fiji and Papua New Guinea. Before joining ANZ, Hon. Kamikamica worked for Fiji's National Carrier Fiji Airways for over 13 years as General Manager Finance and General Manager Strategic Planning. Hon. Kamikamica holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of NSW in Australia. He is married to Anne Steele and they have one daughter.

Hon. ManoaSeru Nakausabaria Kamikamica

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Trade, Co-operatives, Small and Medium Enterprises and Communications

Mrs. Seeto serves on the boards of a number of public listed companies and is also involved in community-based organizations. She is a Trustee of the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation (FCEF), and is an accredited mediator by the Singapore Mediation Centre to the Fiji Mediation Centre. She was an Election Commissioner in 2014 and was a member of Transparency International and a former President of the Fiji Institute of Accountants. She has been recognized in a number of fields including having been awarded the Officer of the Order of Fiji, 50th Anniversary of Independence Commemorative Medal, Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Lifetime Achievement Award by the Fiji Excellence Tourism Awards, Lifetime Achievement and Fellow of the Fiji Human Resources Institute, and the National Contribution Award by Women in Business. Mrs. Seeto was a former Senior Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers Fiji (PWC). 

Mrs. Jenny Seeto

Chair- Investment Fiji

Mr. Kamal Chetty has over 14 years of extensive experience and knowledge in investment promotion, investment facilitation, and export promotion. He joined Investment Fiji in 2008 as an Investment Officer and paved his way to leadership and executive positions. Mr. Chetty played an influential role in the organization's transition into an Investment and Trade Promotion Agency last year. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Official Statistics and Accounting and Financial Management and a Postgraduate Diploma in Diplomacy and International Affairs and is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration at the University of the South Pacific.

Mr. Kamal Chetty

Chief Executive Officer – Investment Fiji

Mark Dixon was appointed as the CEO of FRCS on 5th January 2022. Mark has a wealth of experience in executive leadership positions, shaping government and business decision making in Europe, the US and Australia. Mr. Dixonis a graduate of the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, has Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees from the UK and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Mark spent 30 years in the Army retiring as Colonel. Since transitioning from Defense, Mark has worked as a CEO within education, local and state government and Fijian government sector. Mr. Dixion is the commissioner of taxes and the comptroller of customs/border security for Fiji, he is also the chair of Fiji’s tax agents board and a member of the Reserve Bank’s Macro-Economic Committee.

Mr. Mark Dixon

Chief Executive Officer – Fiji Revenue & Customs Services

Mr Esala Masitabua was appointed Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Fiji on 1 January 2018. Mr Masitabua is a career central banker who joined the Reserve Bank of Fiji in 1997. In 2005, he was appointed to his first executive role as head of Currency operations and Bank’s Corporate Services. Later in 2010 to 2013, he headed Prudential Supervision and Financial Stability as Chief Manager Financial Institutions. Prior to being appointed Deputy Governor, he held the position of Chief Manager Financial Markets in charge of foreign reserves management and monetary policy implementation.

Mr. Esala Masitabua

Deputy Governor – Reserve Bank of Fiji

Ms. Komaisavai is responsible for delivering Immigration services through the respective laws and legislation that governs the operation and administration of the Department, including Border Security and Enforcement. As part of her role, Ms. Komaisavai coordinates with international and local stakeholders on Migration management and policy matters. Prior to joining the Department, she has worked in key strategic areas for the Fijian Government and private sector. She was the Director for Monitoring and Evaluation before joining the Policy Division as Chief Assistant Secretary and Chief Policy Research Officer, at the Office of the Prime Minister. Ms. Komaisavai has vast experience in the civil service and continues to serve through the ranks. She has also served more than 10 years in the private sector. Ms. Komaisavai had graduated with a Professional Diploma in Business Leadership, Bachelor of Arts (Management/Geography) and Masters in Business Administration from the University of the South Pacific. Apart from her professional engagements, Ms. Komaisavai is also a Negotiator for the COP23Presidency Team. Member of the Food Security Committee, Champion for Service Excellence, Team Leader for the Evaluation of Fiji Business Excellence Awards and trained and worked with UNDP COP Advisors on Negotiation and Preparation ofCOP23 for Fiji.

Ms. Amelia Kotobalavu Komaisavai

Director – Fiji Immigration Department

For the past 17 years, Mr. Bartlett has been a senior executive with large scale agribusiness, agricultural research and FMCG companies across three continents. He has a record of continuous success in green in green field and brown field startups, business development, new venture creation, strategic management, change management, agricultural research, quality control, and most importantly, biosecurity and business operations.  He has sat on multiple company and fund boards in the Agri business, FMCG, mining, drilling and power generation across the globe. Mr. Bartlett was appointed to the role of Chief Executive Officer of Biosecurity Authority of Fiji on October 2022.

Mr. Michael Bartlett

Chief Executive Officer –Biosecurity Authority of Fiji

Mr. Stow has been with the Trade Commission for the past five years and has extensive experience in international trade, development and digital technology. Mr. Stow previously held the position of Manager Trade & Investment and A/Officer-in-Charge before being appointed as Trade Commissioner in 2022. Prior to joining the Trade Commission, Mr. Stow was a Senior Account Executive at Google Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) and Diploma of Languages from the University of Melbourne and Juris Doctor from the University . Mr. Stow also has experience working on international trade & development training and projects in Indonesia, India & Central America.

Mr. Daniel Stow

Fijis Trade Commissioner to Australia & New Zealand