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New chief finance and strategy officer at Boral

Tino La Spina

Former Qantas CEO Tino La Spina appointed to replace Ros Ng who Is leaving Boral early next year

BORAL have announced the appointment of Tino La Spina as chief finance and strategy officer, effective 14 October 2020. He will replace Rosaline Ng who will work with him during a transition period before leaving the company in early 2021.

Mr La spina (pictured) joins Boral after 14 years at Qantas in a number of strategy and finance roles, including as group chief finance officer for five years and, most recently, as chief executive officer of Qantas International.

Boral’s chief executive officer and managing director, Zlatko Todorcevski, said: ‘We look forward to Tino joining the Boral team. He brings a strong track record of financial and strategic business leadership.

‘His time at Qantas has given him valuable experience and proven his ability to manage and contribute to the leadership of large-scale, complex listed businesses in challenging conditions.

‘As well as strong technical skills as a strategic CFO, he has proven operational skills, including the delivery of change and transformation, M&A transactions and capital allocation, all of which will be critically important in his role at Boral.’

Thanking Ros Ng for her long service and contribution to Boral, Mr Todorcevski said: ‘With 24 years of service, Ros Ng has had a long career with Boral across a number of senior finance roles, including as Boral’s chief finance officer since 2013 and chairman of USG Boral for the past three years.

‘Her substantial contribution and hard work have been highly appreciated. I thank Ros for the support she has given me as Boral’s CEO, and for the valuable assistance she will provide in the coming months of transition as we complete the review of Boral’s portfolio and move to the next steps.’

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