Infrastructure

Mercury CEO Whineray to leave next year for senior Fonterra role

Paul McBeth
Tue, 08 Oct 2019

Mercury NZ chief executive Fraser Whineray will leave the electricity sector next year to take a senior role at Fonterra Cooperative Group.  Whineray will finish at Mercury in 2020 to become chief operating officer at Fonterra. He has been with the electricity generator-retailer for 11 years, the last five as CEO.  He will join Fonterra early next year in a newly-created role where he will be tasked with facilitating innovation, enabling its in-market business units to create value sustainably, and to create operational scale and efficien...

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