More changes to ClearView board

The takeover of ClearView Wealth by CCP BidCo has resulted in further changes to the ClearView board, with three more resignations and six new appointments.

David Goodsall, Anne Keating and John Murphy have resigned as directors, while David Brown, Gary Burg, Bruce Edwards, Les Fallick, Nathanial Thomson and Dr Gary Weiss have been appointed directors, according to a statement to the Australian Securities Exchange.

Gary Weiss will be deputy chairman and Michael Alscher has been appointed as an alternate director to Thomson, according to the statement.

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Earlier this month ClearView announced Anthony Eisen had resigned as a non-executive director of Clearview, with his alternative director Michael Jefferies also stepping down.

ClearView chairman Ray Kellerman thanked the outgoing directors for their strategic guidance, oversight and support.

"In the relatively short time that ClearView has been a public company, the business has been transformed, shareholder returns have increased and the company's strengths have been recognised by investors, including the members of CCP BidCo who have become major shareholders in ClearView," he said.

"I am looking forward to continuing in my role as chairman and working with my fellow director Ms Sue Thomas, our managing director Simon Swanson and the new directors who join the ClearView board today. They bring a wealth of experience across many facets of the industries in which we operate and share a commitment to our long-term strategy."

Elections to the board will take place at ClearView's annual general meeting on 26 November, ClearView stated.




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