Change of Chief Financial Officer
23 Oct 2018
Atlas Arteria (ALX) announced today that Mr Mark Goodrick will step down as ALX Chief Financial Officer (CFO) effective 30 November 2018, following over six years working for ALX, the last three years of which he served as CFO of the company. Mr Goodrick will be taking a new public company CFO role outside of the transportation industry. The Boards have appointed Mr Bodie ter Kuile as Mr Goodrick’s successor, effective 30 November 2018, pursuant to the existing management and advisory agreements with Macquarie Fund Advisers Pty Limited (Macquarie).
Mr ter Kuile is currently the Head of Finance for Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) in the Asia-Pacific region. Mr ter Kuile joined Macquarie in 2008 and was the CFO of the Macquarie International Infrastructure Fund (MIIF), a diversified infrastructure fund listed on the Singapore Exchange. Prior to Macquarie he served in various senior positions at Barclays Bank, Challenger Financial Services Group and the London Stock Exchange.
James Hooke, Chief Executive Officer, said: “Mark has worked at Macquarie for 15 years and has made significant contributions to ALX’s growth and success since joining the company in 2012. I wish him all the best for his future endeavours and thank him for his work with Macquarie and ALX.”
Dr Nora Scheinkestel, ATLAX Chairman, said: “On behalf of the ALX Boards, we thank Mr Goodrick for his contribution to the success of Atlas Arteria. We are delighted to have Mr ter Kuile join the company and lead the existing ALX management team together with James Hooke. While the new internalised ALX team, led by Graeme Bevans (CEO Elect) and Nadine Lennie (CFO Elect), is being established, the existing Macquarie-provided ALX management team will continue to run the business and Macquarie will continue to provide the full suite of services to ALX until completion of the internalisation on 15 May 2019, unless ALX determines to terminate earlier.”