CBL chief operating officer quits amidst share suspension

Sophie Boot
Thu, 15 Feb 2018

By Sophie Boot Feb. 15 (BusinessDesk) - CBL Corp's chief operating officer Suzanne Tindal has quit the company, as the company's stock remains suspended from the NZX over continuous disclosure concerns. The Auckland-based credit surety and financial insurance risk firm announced Tindal would start the role on Feb.1 in November. Today, it said that "due to events taking place that are already known to the market, Suzanne and CBL have agreed to end their employment relationship." NZX suspended the stock a week ago, due to concerns the ma...

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