BRISBANE C-SUITE SHAKEUP

Written on the 29 July 2015

BRISBANE C-SUITE SHAKEUP THERE'S big changes looming over two of Brisbane's biggest businesses, with chief financial officer Graham Yerbury (pictured) announcing his move from Cardno (ASX: CDD) to Senex (ASX: SXY).

CDD chairman John Marlay says the company is 'disappointed to lose' Yerbury, who worked for the ASX 200 infrastructure and environmental services consultancy for almost three years, including a stint as acting CEO from January to June 2015.

Yerbury will leave CDD on 23 October 2015. Meanwhile, a search process has commended to appoint a new chief financial officer.

Yerbury's appointment at SXY in the same role follows the resignation of Andrew Price, who will leave SXY also for another Brisbane public company PanAust (ASX: PNA) in early August this year.



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