Former Toll CFO Meehan joins Bapcor


Experienced executive to take charge in the new financial year

Former Toll CFO Meehan joins Bapcor
Noel Meehan

 

Listed aftermarket parts firm Bapcor has enlisted ex-Toll executive Noel Meehan to succeed retiring incumbent Greg Fox as the chief financial officer.

Meehan joins with a resume most recently comprising two years as Toll CFO, with further stints as Treasury Wine Estates CFO, finance executive at Orica Limited and various positions at Qantas.

He is a fellow of the Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

"Following an extensive executive search Bapcor is very pleased to welcome Noel Meehan to our Executive Management Team," Bapcor managing director and CEO Darryl Abotomey says.

"Noel’s strong financial and business background is an excellent fit for Bapcor.

"Noel has solid experience in financial reporting, business management, corporate governance, investor relations and has worked in overseas jurisdictions including in Asia."


Look back at Meehan's appointment at Toll, here


Fox retires at the end of the financial year after leading Bapcor’s finance functions over the last eight years.

A handover period will precede Meehan taking over on July 1.

"We thank Greg for his significant contribution to Bapcor," Abotomey says.

"We wish Greg and Noel all the best in their new endeavours."

 

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