Why I’m Leaving the Australian Financial Services Commission

Why I’m Leaving the Australian Financial Services Commission

Posted July 31, 2018 03:25:31I’ve just started work at Zee News International, which is one of Australia’s largest media companies.

I’m an award-winning freelance journalist and former editor at ABC News, The Drum, The Age and The Courier Mail, and I’m currently a staff writer at the online publication The Nation.

The Australian Financial Service Commission (AFSC) has been at the forefront of Australian economic reform, and it’s a hugely important institution that has a direct impact on the lives of millions of Australians.

AFLS has the power to create and regulate Australian financial institutions and is responsible for ensuring the stability of Australia and our global trading relationships.

As a freelance journalist, I’ve been in the business for almost a decade and I love the industry and what it offers.

I’m currently on the Board of Directors at the Sydney-based National Union of Journalists, which represents thousands of journalists around Australia.

On behalf of all Australians, I would like to thank you for your support and for all the hard work that you do to inform, inform and inform our citizens.

In the months ahead, I’m looking forward to exploring other opportunities in the industry, and wish you the best of luck.

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