Bravura chair retires

Bravura chair, Brian Mitchell, will retire as chair and non-executive director today, according to an announcement.

Independent non-executive director, Neil Broekhuizen, will replace Mitchell and the board said it intended to look for a new non-executive director.

“It has been a great honour for me to serve as chair over the past 10 years,” Mitchell said.

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“Given his deep commercial expertise and intimate knowledge of Bravura and its clients, I have every confidence that Neil will represent the best interests of Bravura’s shareholders, and under his leadership, Bravura will continue to thrive in the future.”

Broekhuizen joined the Bravura board as a non-executive director in 2009 and became an independent non-executive director this year. He had over 27 years of experience in private equity and co-funded private equity firm Ironbridge in 2003.




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