New Zealand milk processor Synlait has announced that its CFO Nigel Greenwood will step down from his role next year.
Appointed to the position in 2010, Greenwood has has overseen Synlait’s initial capital raise in late 2010, then listing on the New Zealand (2013) and Australian stock exchanges (2016) as well as a subsequent capital raise (2016).
He will continue to support the business until the end of March or early April 2020 and will step down once a suitable successor has been identified and is in place.
“I would like to thank Nigel for his contribution and commitment to the growth of Synlait over the last decade,” said Synlait CEO, Leon Clement.
“His presence, skill set and knowledge of Synlait will be missed. On behalf of our entire team, we wish Nigel all the best for his next adventure.”
Greenwood added: “I am extremely proud of the fact that over the past ten years at Synlait we have built a terrific team and business. Synlait has been a huge part of my life and an incredible journey, but I feel it is the right time for me to move onto my next adventure and spend more quality time with my wife and family.”
Last year, Synlait acquired selected assets of New Zealand firm Talbot Forest Cheese in a move to diversify its revenue streams.
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