Bellamy’s brings in new leadership
Bellamy’s has appointed ex-Fosters Managing Director, John Murphy, as its new non-executive independent Director.
Bellamy’s has also appointed a new Chairman, John Ho.
John Murphy will take up the roles of Deputy Chairman of the Board and Chair of Bellamy’s Audit & Risk Committee. He will start in these positions effective immediately.
Murphy has over 35 years’ experience both in Australia and overseas, working as a Managing Director for Coca-Cola Amatil Australia (CCA), Visy Australasia and managing Director of Fosters Australia/Carlton and United Breweries (CUB).
He currently sits on the advisory boards of a number of private companies including PFD Food Services and Bladnoch Distillery.
John Ho will also start in his chairman role effective immediately. Bellamy’s says he has a “deep understanding of the Australian and Chinese consumer and health-related markets”.
Ho lives in Hong Kong but is an Australian citizen.
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