Adelaide Airport Limited (AAL) today announced the appointment of Rob Chapman as the company’s new chairman.
Chapman was Chief Executive Officer of the St George Banking Group from 2010 to 2012, and Managing Director of BankSA from 2002 to 2010.
He holds several directorships, including roles as Chairman of BankSA and the Adelaide Football Club.
AAL Interim Chairman, John Ward, said Chapman would bring a wealth of experience to the board as a result of his banking industry expertise and his strong advocacy for South Australia.
“Mr Chapman is a highly respected business identity who has been the head of one of Australia’s largest banking groups,” Ward said.
“He also has a real passion for South Australia and its economic future, as demonstrated by his roles with the SA Economic Development Board and Brand South Australia.”
Chapman is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Senior Fellow of Financial Services of Australasia.
He replaces former chairman David Munt who passed away in August, 2013 following a prolonged and valiant struggle against major illness.
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