Blue Sky’s director resigns

Blue Sky Alternative Investments has announced that its non-executive director, Michael Gordon has resigned due to health reasons, effective immediately.

The company, which experienced a number of board changes in April, said it was continuing its efforts to appoint new independent directors and remained committed to “transitioning to a majority independent board” ahead of its general meeting to be held in October.

Last month, it announced the appointment of Kim Morison, who replaced Robert Shand, as interim managing director.

Also, executive directors Elaine Stead and Nicholas Dignam stepped down from the board although they continued in their respective roles.

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