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On the Money: My Food Bag, Chris Liddell, Grant Dalton and more

Victoria Young
Sat, 16 Jan 2021

Victoria Young
Sat, 16 Jan 2021
Welcome to On the Money, our weekly column on money and the people making it. New My Food Bag chair Tony Carter pictured above. Bagging a winning boardOn the Money is impressed by the strength of IPO-destined My Food Bag’s new board line up.Nabbing former Foodstuffs boss Tony Carter as chair is a huge coup for Waterman Capital’s Chris Marshall, the existing director heavily involved in the process. Waterman has a 70 percent stake in the company.Boardroom heavyweight Carter had stepped down as chair of NZX behemoths Fisher &...

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