Could George Adams be Synlait's new chair?

Could George Adams be Synlait's new chair?
George Adams is the newest face on the Synlait board. (Image: Richard Robinson)
Rebecca Stevenson
Cash-strapped Synlait should appoint a permanent chair for stability, the New Zealand Shareholders' Association says. Synlait’s former chair, Simon Robertson, resigned in October, and since then, independent director Paul McGilvary has been acting chair until the position is permanently filled. From a stability perspective, NZ Shareholders' Association (NZSA) chief executive officer Oliver Mander said that Synlait should have a permanent chair who is committed to the business for the long term. At Synlait’s an...

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