Tuesday 19th October 2010
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Quayside Holdings today announced the impending retirement of Sandy Lawrie as chief executive after 19 years in the role.
Scott Hamilton, who joined Quayside in September, will assume the role of chief executive from 8 November.
Quayside chairman Michael Smith said Hamilton, a chartered accountant, brings a wealth of commercial experience from a number of industries, as well as in-depth knowledge of the investment sector.
Hamilton has spent the last five years in Funds Management with ASB Group Investments.
Smith also paid tribute to Lawrie, who was the founding chief executive of the company, acknowledging the contribution and legacy he created.
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