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Storrie steps down

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 2, 2010
Colin Storrie. (Gerard Frawley)
Colin Storrie. (Gerard Frawley)

Qantas chief financial officer Colin Storrie has announced that he will resign from the company and its board from March 5 to spend time with his family for personal and health reasons.

“Colin Storrie has contributed greatly to Qantas maintaining a strong financial position during his time as CFO and before that as deputy CFO,” said chairman Leigh Clifford. “During his time as CFO, Qantas was able to remain in profit as it weathered the global financial crisis. We are sad to see him go.”

As an interim replacement, the airline has appointed Gareth Evans as its acting group executive finance until a permanent replacement is appointed. Evans is currently the CFO of Qantas airline operations.

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Storrie was appointed to the role of CFO in 2008 following the resignation of Peter Gregg as part of an executive reshuffle following the appointment of Alan Joyce as the company’s chief executive. Prior to taking on the role, Storrie held a number of other high level financial positions with the company, and had been a member of the executive committee since 2005.

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Storrie steps down

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 2, 2010
Colin Storrie. (Gerard Frawley)
Colin Storrie. (Gerard Frawley)

Qantas chief financial officer Colin Storrie has announced that he will resign from the company and its board from March 5 to spend time with his family for personal and health reasons.

“Colin Storrie has contributed greatly to Qantas maintaining a strong financial position during his time as CFO and before that as deputy CFO,” said chairman Leigh Clifford. “During his time as CFO, Qantas was able to remain in profit as it weathered the global financial crisis. We are sad to see him go.”

As an interim replacement, the airline has appointed Gareth Evans as its acting group executive finance until a permanent replacement is appointed. Evans is currently the CFO of Qantas airline operations.

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Storrie was appointed to the role of CFO in 2008 following the resignation of Peter Gregg as part of an executive reshuffle following the appointment of Alan Joyce as the company’s chief executive. Prior to taking on the role, Storrie held a number of other high level financial positions with the company, and had been a member of the executive committee since 2005.

Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

Storrie steps down

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 2, 2010
Colin Storrie. (Gerard Frawley)
Colin Storrie. (Gerard Frawley)

Qantas chief financial officer Colin Storrie has announced that he will resign from the company and its board from March 5 to spend time with his family for personal and health reasons.

“Colin Storrie has contributed greatly to Qantas maintaining a strong financial position during his time as CFO and before that as deputy CFO,” said chairman Leigh Clifford. “During his time as CFO, Qantas was able to remain in profit as it weathered the global financial crisis. We are sad to see him go.”

As an interim replacement, the airline has appointed Gareth Evans as its acting group executive finance until a permanent replacement is appointed. Evans is currently the CFO of Qantas airline operations.

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Storrie was appointed to the role of CFO in 2008 following the resignation of Peter Gregg as part of an executive reshuffle following the appointment of Alan Joyce as the company’s chief executive. Prior to taking on the role, Storrie held a number of other high level financial positions with the company, and had been a member of the executive committee since 2005.

Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

Storrie steps down

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 2, 2010
Colin Storrie. (Gerard Frawley)
Colin Storrie. (Gerard Frawley)

Qantas chief financial officer Colin Storrie has announced that he will resign from the company and its board from March 5 to spend time with his family for personal and health reasons.

“Colin Storrie has contributed greatly to Qantas maintaining a strong financial position during his time as CFO and before that as deputy CFO,” said chairman Leigh Clifford. “During his time as CFO, Qantas was able to remain in profit as it weathered the global financial crisis. We are sad to see him go.”

As an interim replacement, the airline has appointed Gareth Evans as its acting group executive finance until a permanent replacement is appointed. Evans is currently the CFO of Qantas airline operations.

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Storrie was appointed to the role of CFO in 2008 following the resignation of Peter Gregg as part of an executive reshuffle following the appointment of Alan Joyce as the company’s chief executive. Prior to taking on the role, Storrie held a number of other high level financial positions with the company, and had been a member of the executive committee since 2005.

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