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BHP Billiton unveils board shake-up as two directors depart

The world’s largest mining company is to shake up its board after two directors announced they would be stepping down – one after just six months. The FTSE 100 group also announced that former Shell executive Malcolm Brinded would be stepping down after three years on the board as a non-executive. Mr Brinded would not be seeking re-election “given his involvement in ongoing legal proceedings in Italy relating to his prior employment with Shell”, Mr Nasser said. Shell, where Mr Brinded was a director for 10 years until 2012, is facing an investigation over alleged corrupt payments to acquire an oilfield off the shore of Nigeria in 2011. 

2 Comments on “BHP Billiton unveils board shake-up as two directors depart”

  1. #1 Bill Campbell
    on Aug 25th, 2017 at 15:41

    To Ron Birt

    Yes dear Malcolm could be a real charmer when inclined but so they say could Uncle Joe Stalin.

  2. #2 Ron Birt
    on Aug 24th, 2017 at 14:21

    I truly find this unbelievable, I had the very good fortune to work for Malcolm in Oman, a more caring and compassionate boss you couldn’t hope to work for. He was an absolute gem of a man, I recall many years later at a show put on by She’ll personnel, Malcolm not only remembered me, a mere minion, but went out of his way to say hello to both male and my Wife

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