Freeth quits TelstraClear
- 29 October, 2012 22:00
Folllowing the sale of TelstraClear to Vodafone, TelstraClear CEO Allan Freeth will leave the company on Thursday, the company has announced.
A statement issued by the company says that Freeth will leave “pending the completion of the sale of TelstraClear to Vodafone New Zealand, expected on 31 October 2012.”
His last day at TelstraClear will be November 1.
TelstraClear chairman Gordon Ballantyne praised Freeth’s leadership in taking the company from “a fledgling challenger to a major profitable player.”
"Allan has also played a key part in the sale of Telstra Clear to Vodafone NZ, which we expect to complete shortly. We thank Allan for his commitment and effort over the seven years he led the company and wish him all the best for the future,” Ballantyne
Freeth has been with the company since 2005.
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