Archived News for Executives and Senior Management - February, 2013
London-based mining giant Rio Tinto has announced the appointment of Chris Lynch as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer, replacing outgoing CFO Guy Elliot in mid-April this year.
Metcash has announced the appointment of Ian Morrice as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer, replacing outgoing Chief Andrew Reitzer, who will step down at the end of June.
Lend Lease Australia has announced a number of changes to its senior management structure, with David Saxelby to take on the role of Chief Exeuctive Officer of Construction and Infrastructure Australia.
AMP has announced the appointment of Amelia Contstantinidis as Director of Horizons, with responsibility for developing strategic plans and frameworks for advice for planner services across multiple licences.
The Federal Government has announced it will invest $378.6 million in Venture Australia in a bid to grow new Australian knowledge based companies, high-skilled jobs and promote competitive products and services.
Mining giant BHP Billiton has announced that CEO Marius Kloppers will be standing down from the position in May, with Andrew Mackenzie selected to replace him and join the Board.
The Gladstone Ports Coproriation has announced that it will soon commence the search for a new Chief Executive Officer after Leo Zussino steps down in September.
The Federal Government has announced the appointment of Michael Pezzullo as Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS), and is set to wield a suite of new powers to tackle misconduct and corruption.
Media giant APN has been rocked by the resignation of its Chairman, Chief Executive and three independent board members effective immediately after a shareholder revolt regarding a proposed capital raising.
Air Pacific has announced its Managing Director and CEO, David Pflieger, will be stepping down from his position following the completion of his three-year contract in May to return home to the United States.
Former Australian Defence Force Command, Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Mike Lean has been named as the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of the Port of Hastings Development Authority.