Monday 13th September 2010
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Greenstone Energy, which acquired Shell gas stations and distibution business, has appointed Mark Edghill as chief financial officer after an international search.
Greenstone chief executive Mike Bennetts says Edghill "brings strong international finance skills to Greenstone."
"[Edghill] has delivered strong financial results over the course of his career and is particularly passionate about building organisational culture and ensuring organisations are customer-focused."
He began his career in the UK with Coopers & Lybrand and transferred with the firm to Sydney in 1988.
Three years later he moved to James Hardie working in Sydney, Manila, and Amsterdam within various finance and business development roles over a 10 year period.
In 2001 he joined to Crown Castle, a high-growth wireless communications infrastructure start-up, as director finance and company secretary. During that time he was part of Crown Castle's growth from their $500 million investment in wireless communication towers.
In November 2009, Mark took a sabbatical and has been working as a director for a Brisbane-based start-up, raising seed capital and commercialising emergency shelters for the aid industry.
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