AHG director Peter Stancliffe retires

After 11 years on the board, Peter Stancliffe will finish up in November

AHG director Peter Stancliffe retires
Peter Stancliffe.


The Automotive Holdings Group has announced the retirement of independent non-executive director Peter Stancliffe.

The departure marks something of a changing of the guard at AHG, coming as it does after the long-serving MD Bronte Howson's transition to retirement was announced last month.

According to an ASX release from the Australian vehicle sales and transport and logistics group, Stancliffe "has elected to retire by rotation at the Company’s 2016 Annual General Meeting in November".

First appointed in November 2005, Stancliffe is the longest serving independent non-executive director at the group.

A graduate of the MIT Senior Management Program and the AICD company directors course, Stancliffe has worked in the industry for over 40 years, managing large industrial companies in Australia and overseas in that time.

Paying tribute to his 11 years of service as director, AHG chairman David Griffiths says Stancliffe was appointed "shortly after AHG listed on the ASX, and has made a very strong contribution, including as a former chairman of the audit and risk management committee."

The AGM will be held on November 18.


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