Another one bites the dust: Fletcher Building's class of 2018 thins again with Brydon set to exit

Another one bites the dust: Fletcher Building's class of 2018 thins again with Brydon set to exit
The board had overseen a disastrous period for the building conglomerate. (Image: Getty)
Rebecca Stevenson
Shareholder pressure has claimed another board scalp at Fletcher Building, with Martin Brydon the latest director to hit the exit. In a market announcement on Tuesday morning, the dual-listed firm said Brydon would stand down at the company’s annual general meeting in October. That leaves acting chair Barbara Chapman, and board members Cathy Quinn, Peter Crowley and Sandra Dodds remaining on the Fletcher board. Former chair Bruce Hassall was forced out in early March alongside former chief executive Ross Taylor. Doug McKay&...

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