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New Chairman For Glanbia

New Chairman For Glanbia
June 16
09:49 2015

Glanbia, the global performance nutrition and ingredients group, has appointed Henry Corbally as chairman. Henry Corbally succeeds Liam Herlihy, who retired as chairman and director of the company on 12 May 2015. Henry Corbally has been vice-chairman of the board since 26 May 2011.

The Glanbia board has also appointed Patrick Murphy as one of the two vice-chairmen in succession to Henry Corbally. The other vice-chairman of Glanbia is Martin Keane who continues in that role.

Henry Corbally.

Henry Corbally.

Henry Corbally comments: “I hope to play my part in building on the great foundations that have been laid down by all those who have had the vision to make Glanbia into the world class organisation it is today. In particular I would like to pay tribute to the leadership shown by my predecessor, Liam Herlihy, who has served with great distinction on the board of Glanbia for the last 18 years and as chairman for the last seven. Glanbia has grown from strength to strength in recent years and I look forward to working with the board, the executive team, the staff and the members to ensure that the organisation continues to deliver for all our shareholders and stakeholders.”

The board of Glanbia has also announces the appointment of three new non-executive directors – Patsy Ahern, Jim Gilsenan and Patrick Hogan, as nominees of Glanbia Cooperative Society.

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