Quayside CEO resigns

Quayside CEO resigns

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Scott Hamilton steps down after almost 12 years.

Last month, Scott Hamilton announced his resignation as CEO of Quayside Holdings Ltd. 

After almost 12 years with Quayside, Scott says it is time for him and his family to move to the next step in his career. With Quayside in its 30th year and having just recorded its strongest financial return since inception, Scott leaves the company in great shape and on a high note.

"I have agreed to work closely with the Board to ensure a seamless transition to the new CEO through an executive search process. I have enjoyed every minute of my time and journey at Quayside – from the early days as the first employee, to realising a long-held vision for the Rangiuru Business Park, to leading a team of successful people who work every day to create value for the BOP community as stewards of more than $3 billion of assets.

"Quayside’s achievements reflect a journey of success for the Bay of Plenty region. I am proud to have made a signification contribution to this region’s development.

"I have always placed great value in establishing relationships with stakeholders and the wider community, as they are vital to our ongoing success. I hope to maintain these in my future career."

Quayside’s Chair, Sir Robert McLeod, and Chair of the People Committee, Dr Warren Parker, will lead the process to appoint a successor and Scott will remain CEO until a successor is established in the role.  

"Thank you for your support over the years."

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