2017 BRISBANE TOP COMPANIES: NEW TO THE TOP JOB

2017 BRISBANE TOP COMPANIES: NEW TO THE TOP JOB

THERE was quite a lot of movement at the top of the Brisbane top 50 companies over the past year with eight major changes.

Rail giant Aurizon appointed former Rio Tinto boss Andrew Harding as CEO to succeed Lance Hockridge in perhaps the most high-profile changeover, while Raj Naran will replace Greg Kilmister at ALS Limited in July.

And 35-year-old Robert Shand took over the helm at Blue Sky Alternative Investments after founder Mark Sowerby stepped aside in 2016.


NEW TO THE TOP JOB

  1. ANDREW HARDING > replaced Lance Hockridge 
    at Aurizon Holdings
     
  2. RAJ NARAN > replacing Greg Kilmister at ALS Limited in July
     
  3. EDWARD CHUNG > replaced Adrian Di Marco at Technologyone
     
  4. PHIL TAYLOR > replaced Mike Parsell at Michael
    Hill International

     
  5. ROBERT SHAND > replaced Mark Sowerby at
    Blue Sky Alternative Investments

     
  6. DAMIAN GUIVARRA > replaced Allan English at Silver Chef
     
  7. ANTHONY RIVAS > replaced Matt Thomas at Collection House
     
  8. VINCENT ENGLISH > replaced Denver Maddux at Megaport

 


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