Exec appointments: Casey leaves Galilee

Richard Anderson is retiring from Data#3, David Casey has handed in his notice at Galilee and Terry Bowen leaves three boards to head to the US.

Sep 15, 2023, updated Sep 15, 2023
Galilee executive David Casey has resigned (photo: supllied)

Galilee executive David Casey has resigned (photo: supllied)

Casey resigns from Galilee

Gas company Galilee Energy has revealed its managing director, David Casey, has handed in three months’ notice of his resignation after 21 months with the company.

Ray Shorrocks will be executive chairman.

Data#3 chair retires

Tech company Data#3 said its chair, Richard Anderson, would retire and not stand for re-election at the AGM.

Former Under Treasurer Mark Gray has taken over as the new chair.

It also revealed the composition of the board would be after the AGM.

Miles gets new adviser

The State Government has appointed Chris Hinton as a senior policy adviser for Economic Development Queensland and State Development within Deputy Premier Steven Miles’ office.

Hinton was previously with EDQ as a project manager and before that worked with the Brisbane City Council as a senior urban planner.

Developer loses director

Land and Homes Group said director and deputy chair Peter McKinlay has resigned from the board.

The company thanked McKinlay for his service and contribution over many years.

VALD promotes Harris

Brisbane-based VALD has promoted Robert Harris to the head of its Australia-New Zealand operations.

Harris was previously the business development manager for the APAC region.

Smith gets going at Aeris

Aeris Resources has appointed Mike Smith as acting general manager of operations in Queensland.

Smith has been with the miner for three years and was previously group manager of business development.

Bowen quits three boards

Retailer Coles said director Paul O’Malley would not stand for re-election to the board at the October AGM.

He had been a director since 2020.

Terry Bowen has also said he would be taking up a senior executive position with an e-commerce company, ROKT, based in the US and expected he would retire from the board in February 2024.

Bowen had also notified BHP and Transurban that he would stand down from those boards, as well.

Wilsons hires wealth executive

Stockbroker Wilsons has appointed Mathew Nicholls as head of advice – private wealth. It is a new role in the firm.

Nicholls was previously with Morgan Stanley, based in Sydney.









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