Arvida chair Peter Wilson to be replaced by Anthony Beverley

Staff reporters
Tue, 16 Mar 2021

Arvida chair Peter Wilson has decided to retire immediately.
Arvida chair Peter Wilson has decided to retire immediately.
Staff reporters
Tue, 16 Mar 2021
Arvida said chair Peter Wilson has decided to retire immediately after the annual meeting on July 2 and that director Anthony Beverley will take over.Wilson has headed the retirement village company since it listed in 2014 and Beverley has been a director since then too.Beverley also chairs Property for Industry and, before he became a professional director, worked at AMP Capital for 20 years, eight of them as head of property.The Arvida board will have five independent directors when Wilson steps down.

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