Greenie billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes in shock win as Atlassian tech guru will get EVERYTHING he needs with clear sweep of the board of Australia’s largest polluter AGL
- Mike Cannon-Brookes has received in his bid to put in 4 administrators on AGL’s board
Tech billionaire MIke Cannon-Brookes has had an enormous win as AGL’s largest shareholder after his bid to put in 4 new candidates on the vitality firm’s board was profitable.
AGL chairwoman Patricia McKenzie advised shareholders on Tuesday that former Tesla Vitality director Mark Twidell, former Vitality Safety Board chairwoman Kerry Schott, Metcash director Christine Holman and Professor John Pollaers can be becoming a member of as new members of the board.
‘The board welcomes these new administrators to the board and can work constructively with them in the perfect of pursuits of shareholders,’ she mentioned.
Tech billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes (pictured left with former US vice chairman Al Gore) has been profitable in his bid to put in 4 new administrators on AGL’s board
Mr Cannon-Brookes’ personal firm, Grok Ventures, nominated the 4 candidates as a part of a broader effort to transition to renewable vitality.
The Atlassian co-founder has lengthy strived to speed up the closure of the corporate’s coal-fired energy crops and obtain web zero emissions.
The proposal to put in 4 new administrators got here to fruition after backing from AGL’s different shareholders.
‘Primarily based on the proxies lodged forward of the assembly, the election of Mark Twidell, Dr Kerry Schott, Christine Holman and John Pollaers as Administrators has been supported by our Shareholders,’ Ms McKenzie mentioned.
‘The Board welcomes these new Administrators to the Board and can work constructively with them in the perfect of pursuits of shareholders.’
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