David Dann steps down as finance director of New Britain Palm Oil (NBPO) and
is replaced by the company’s chief financial officer Amir Mohareb.
Mohareb, who previously worked closely with Dann, is promoted to the top
finance role and is expected to take up all of Dann’s operational duties
following a three month handover.
Mohareb, who will “not immediately” join the board, currently works out of
the Papua New Guinea office and will transfer to the main office in Singapore
following the promotion.
He trained at PwC in Australia and joined NBPO in 2008 having worked as
auditor for the Big Four firm.
Dann, who leaves to “pursue other interests” has been at NBPO for 18 years.
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