Genesis Energy CEO England wastes no time overhauling executive team

Jonathan Underhill
Thu, 28 Jul 2016

By Jonathan Underhill July 28 (BusinessDesk) - Genesis Energy chief executive Marc England, who took up the role in May, has announced an overhaul of his management team, with three executives departing and Chris Jewell confirmed as chief financial officer. England, previously an executive for new energy at AGL Energy, replaced Albert Brantley, who left after seven years running New Zealand's biggest electricity and gas retailer. England said the executive changes will help ensure the company "has the right structure and capabilities in p...

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