McEniry stands down from AHG


Automotive Holdings Group to appoint new chairman in due course

McEniry stands down from AHG
Robert McEniry

 

Automotive Holdings Group (AHG) chairman Robert McEniry has stood down and resigned his directorship of the company after being diagnosed with a serious health issue.

McEniry, who succeeded David Griffiths as chairman in February after being first appointed to the board in May 2012, is resigning all his public company directorships to spend more time with family, an AHG spokesman said.

Before his appointment at AHG, McEniry spent five years as chair, president and CEO of Mitsubishi Motors Australia, as well as being chair of Bapcor Ltd and serving as a director of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

AHG managing director John McConnell thanked McEniry for his service to the company, saying his knowledge of the automotive industry had been of great value to the company during a challenging time.

"Robert is universally respected by the AHG Board and executive team and his positive approach and unfailing humour will be missed," McConnell says.  

 

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