All the major executive and board moves in ASX companies last week

Alex Heber. Outgoing Xero CEO Rod Drury

Via Blenheim Partners executive search, here are the major personnel moves in C-suites and on boards last week.

  • Automotive Holdings Group Ltd: Phil Mirams has resigned as Chief Financial Officer, effective June 2018.
  • Caltex Australia Ltd: Mark Chellew has been appointed Non-Executive Director, effective 2 April 2018.
  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia Ltd: Anne Templeman-Jones has been appointed Non-Executive Director, effective immediately. Also, Brian Long and Andrew Mofl will retire from the Board, effective at the conclusion of the 2018 Annual General Meeting.
  • Godfreys Group Ltd: Cat Parker has been appointed Chief Customer Officer, and Mari Ruiz has been appointed Chief People and Culture Officer, both roles commence 13 March 2018.
  • Link Administration Holdings Ltd: Andrew Green has been appointed Non-Executive Director.
  • MZI Resources Ltd: Yuzi (Albert) Zhou has been appointed Non-Executive Director.
  • Navitas Ltd: Philip Mirams has been appointed Chief Financial Officer, effective June 2018.
  • Nearmap Ltd: Sue Klose has been appointed interim Chief Marketing Officer, effective 5 March 2018.
  • Pacific Smiles Group Ltd: Grant Bourke has resigned as Non-Executive Director.
  • Stockland Corporation Ltd: Nora Scheinkestel has resigned from the board, effective 20 March 2018.
  • Vocus Group Ltd: Bob Mansfield has been appointed Chairman, effective immediately. Vaughan Bowen has resigned as Chairman, and Craig Farrow has resigned as Non-Executive Director.
  • Wam Active Ltd: John Abernethy has resigned as Non-Executive Director, and Emma Rugge-Price has been appointed Non-Executive Director.
  • Xero Ltd: Steve Vamos has been appointed Chief Executive Officer to succeed Rod Drury who will step into the role of Non-Executive Director, these changes will be effective from 1 April 2018.

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