The former chief of Evans Dixon has retired from the board.
The company alerted shareholders last week that Alan Dixon would be stepping down, with former Lendlease Ventures CEO and Blackmores executive director Anthony Pascoe appointed as an independent non-executive director.
Mr Dixon was said to have resigned due to “personal reasons”.
David Evans, executive chairman of Evans Dixon said: “The board has acknowledged Alan’s contribution as a director and wished him well for his future endeavours.”
“I am very pleased that Anthony Pascoe has joined the Evans Dixon board. His skills and experience are complementary to the board as it currently stands.”
Mr Pascoe is also currently executive chairman of IWS, a technology-enabled services business.
Mr Dixon dropped his role as CEO in June last year, deciding to focus instead on salvaging Evans Dixon’s embattled US property fund.
He then took an extended leave of absence for personal reasons and resigned from his executive duties in October, with co-chief financial officer Kevin McAvey and general counsel Brian Disler taking over as co-heads of the US property fund.
Mr Dixon however continued as a director of Evans Dixon.
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