Stocks With leadership Updates: REA, SRO, IRI, And FUN

Stocks With leadership Updates: REA, SRO, IRI, And FUN

An international digital business specializing in property, REA Group Limited (ASX: REA) notified the market on 15 April 2019, the appointment of Ms. Janelle Hopkins as its Chief Financial Officer. She will begin the role from 3 June 2019. She has more than twenty- five years of experience as a finance executive. She was working with Australia Post, where she was Group Chief Financial Officer from 2013.

Mr. Owen Wilson, REA’s CEO, stated that the company was incredibly excited to have Janelle joining the REA Group. He added that her knowledge of different industries and experience in managing large and diverse finance teams would be a great asset to the business as it continues to grow.

The stock of the company last traded at A$76.400 (as on 15 April 2019), up by 0.526% from its previous close.

The user-generated content licensing, data protection and social media management company ShareRoot Limited (ASX: SRO) notified the market on 15 April 2019, about the end of the strategic review of its business units going forward. SRO would now concentrate on the delivery of digital, data and artificial intelligence technologies and services in the international healthcare segment.

SRO’s CEO, Ms. Michelle Gallaher stated that during the period of the last few weeks, the company had devoted time in the execution of research work, created and trialled numerous new technologies etc.

As per the company’s announcement in 2018, MediaConsent Medical Project would now move into the next stage of development work, in collaboration with the 3 partners.

The stock of the company traded flat during the day’s trading session on 15 April 2019, and by the closure of the trading session was at a price of A$0.001.

The international provider of proactive performance management software for critical IT infrastructure Integrated Research Limited (ASX: IRI) notified the market about the appointment of Mr. John Ruthven to the position of Chief Executive Officer, with a starting date in early July this year.

Until recent times, Mr. Ruthven worked as an operating officer of international sales at Technology One. He has more than two decades of work experience in the technology sector.

On the appointment of Mr Ruthven, IRI’s Chairman, Mr. Paul Brandling expressed that the company had carried on a search procedure, to find the best person to lead the company in the thrilling upcoming stage for the IRI.

On 14 February 2019, the company released its strong 1H FY2019 outcomes.

The stock of the company, by the closure of the trading session, was at a price of A$2.580, up by 8.403 % from its previous day’s close.

Distributor of products like toys, plush, apparel, etc Funtastic Limited (ASX: FUN) notified the market about the appointment of Mr. David Jackson as the company’s new CEO, with effect from 2 May 2019.

His most recent engagement was as MD of Britax Childcare where he drove substantial top and bottom-line growth. He has more than two decades of successful run and experience restoring and transforming Consumer Product businesses, and global brands to deliver profitable growth.

Mr. Shane Turner, FUN’s Chairman stated that Mr. Jackson had a deep and practical understanding of the requirements to develop and build brands that will ensure Funtastic could unlock value.

Recently, the company updated about its revenue of 1H FY2019.

The stock of the company last traded on 12 April 2019 at a price of A$0.042.


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