NZC Deputy CEO Anthony Crummy Resigns From His Post
Anthony Crummy, the Deputy CEO of New Zealand cricket, has announced his decision to resign from his post, effective immediately.
This new revelation comes amidst reports that the New Zealand Cricket board was looking to reduce 10-15% of its work-force, to ensure the financial stability of the board.
With these cuts, the board was expecting to save around 6 million NZD. Crummy however stated that, “his departure from the board does not have anything to do with the job cuts that are taking place currently and that he was in talks of leaving the board, even before the COVID pandemic began”.
Crummy also clarified that “he was not asked to vacate from his post and that decision to leave the organization was his own”.
Speaking on his time as the deputy CEO Anthony Crummy of the board, Crummy commented that “he enjoyed his time with the board, and that he was able to work on many great projects while he was part of the board”.
Crummy also feels that “NZC is well placed to deal with the financial situation that is currently affecting the board”.
Crummy’s decision to leave the board might have come as a shock, as many considered him to be the successor of David White, the current CEO of NZC.