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Fletcher Building names Charles Bolt as general counsel, replacing Farrell

Monday 26th August 2013

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Fletcher Building, the biggest company on the NZX 50 Index, has tapped the head of its legal department as general counsel to replace Martin Farrell, who leaves the group after 33 years including 13 in his current role.

Bolt will take over from Farrell as general counsel and company secretary after the annual shareholders' meeting in October. Bolt joined Fletcher in 2002 as corporate legal counsel, and is currently general manager group Legal. He formerly at stock exchange operator NZX and at law firm Bell Gully before that.

Fletcher shares fell 0.2 percent to $8.58 and have slipped 2.5 percent this year.

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