Chorus shuffles chair, loses CFO

Henry Burrell
Fri, 08 Apr 2022

Current board director Mark Cross is moving up. (Image: Chorus)
Current board director Mark Cross is moving up. (Image: Chorus)
Henry Burrell
Fri, 08 Apr 2022
The chair of wholesale broadband provider Chorus, Patrick Strange, will stand down at October’s annual shareholder meeting and be replaced by director Mark Cross.Cross is retiring as chair of Milford Asset Management on July 1 to take up the bigger role at Chorus, where he has been a board member since November 2016 and chairs its audit and risk management committee.“His extensive experience in strategic governance, technology and corporate finance has been a great asset given some of the challenges we’ve had to navigate as we...

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