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Rio Tinto board change
(Posted on 27/06/19)
Dame Moya Greene has notified the Board of her intention to step down as a non-executive director of Rio Tinto with immediate effect.
Ms Greene, who joined the Rio Tinto board in September 2018, said "I have enjoyed my time on the Rio Tinto board but the time commitment has proven more considerable than I had expected and I have taken the difficult decision to step down from Rio in order to re-focus on my other roles."
Rio Tinto chairman Simon Thompson said "I would like to thank Moya for her contribution to Rio Tinto during her time on the board. My fellow directors and I wish her well for the future."
Rio Tinto’s major products are aluminium, copper, diamonds, gold, industrial minerals (borates, titanium dioxide and salt), iron ore, and uranium.
47,000 people work in around 35 countries across six continents and strongly represent the company in Australia and North America, and also have significant businesses in Asia, Europe, Africa and South America.
Under a Group-wide organisational structure, four product groups – Aluminium, Copper & Diamonds, Energy & Minerals and Iron Ore – are complemented by Growth & Innovation and Commercial groups.
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