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IFT Announces New Chair

Infratil today announced that Mark Tume will retire as Chair on 30 May with current board director Alison Gerry succeeding him. Mr Tume has served as Chair since 2013, he has been on Infratil’s Board since 2007. Mr Tume will remain on the Board as a director until the end of 2022.

The NZX/ASX announcements are available here on the Infratil website.

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