MOYNIHAN LEAVES AUSENCO

Written on the 26 June 2013

MOYNIHAN LEAVES AUSENCO

BUSINESS elder Greg Moynihan (pictured) has resigned from the board of Ausenco (ASX:AAX), the company announced this morning.

It is one of two resignation announcements from Brisbane companies this morning, with NEXTDC (ASX:NXT) announcing the departure of chief commercial officer and deputy chief executive officer Robin Khuda effective June 28.

Moynihan is a highly respected member of the Brisbane business community and has been with AAX since 2009.

“On behalf of the Board and the entire Ausenco team I would like thank Greg for his contribution to the company as an independent director and as Chairman of the Audit and Risk Management Committee,” says Ausenco Chairman, George Lloyd.

The former Metway Bank chief executive still holds a number of directorships including Shine Lawyers, Sunwater Limited and Corporate Travel Management.

Khuda has been with NXT for three years, starting as chief financial officer and assisting with the company’s IPO and subsequent capital raising.

In his role as Chief Commercial Officer, Khuda worked closely with CEO, Craig Scroggie in building the company’s sales team.


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