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RIVERCITY MOTORWAY APPOINTS NEW CEO

  • 23 JAN 2012

    Mark Snape has been appointed as CEO of the RCM Obligor Group as replacement for Flan Cleary, the current CEO who is retiring on 31 January 2012.

    Mark is an experienced infrastructure executive, with considerable background in toll roads. Most recently he was the Group General Manager Infrastructure Finance and Investment for the John Holland Group and a director of the Brisconnections Unit Trusts which holds the concession to build, own, operate and collect tolls for the Airportlink tollroad in Brisbane.

    Mark acted as interim CEO for Brisconnections to November 2008. He was John Holland Group’s representative on the Boards of Lane Cove Tunnel, ConnectEast and the Adelaide to Darwin Railway. John Holland Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of the ASX listed Leighton Holdings Limited.The RCM Obligor Group announces that it has appointed Mark Snape as CEO of the RCM Obligor Group as replacement for Flan Cleary, the current CEO who is retiring on 31 January 2012.

    Mark is an experienced infrastructure executive, with considerable background in toll roads. Most recently he was the Group General Manager Infrastructure Finance and Investment for the John Holland Group and a director of the Brisconnections Unit Trusts which holds the concession to build, own, operate and collect tolls for the Airportlink tollroad in Brisbane.

    Mark acted as interim CEO for Brisconnections to November 2008. He was John Holland Group’s representative on the Boards of Lane Cove Tunnel, ConnectEast and the Adelaide to Darwin Railway. John Holland Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of the ASX listed Leighton Holdings Limited.

 

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