Maitland appoints Hathorn Deputy Chairman
March 20, 2019

The Board of Maitland, the global family office, administration and advisory firm, has appointed David Hathorn as Deputy Chairman with effect from February 1 as part of its ongoing succession planning. Hathorn has been a non-executive Director of Maitland International Holdings plc and Chairman of its Audit and Risk Committee since May 2017.

Prior to his appointment to the Maitland Board, Hathorn was CEO for 17 years of FTSE 100 packaging and paper giant Mondi plc, which is dual-listed in London and Johannesburg.

During this period, it says, he was instrumental in Mondi's international expansion and led the group through a demerger from Anglo American plc in 2007, with a concurrent listing on the London and Johannesburg Stock Exchanges.

Until 2007 he was a member of the Anglo American plc Executive Committee from 2003 and was an executive director of Anglo American plc from 2005, serving on the boards of a number of Anglo group companies.

Based in South Africa, Hathorn is also the Chairman of Kore Potash Limited, an ASX-, AIM- and JSE-listed company, as well as the Chairman of Tessara (Pty) Ltd, a South Africa-based company in the packaging industry which produces a product that extends the shelf life of grapes and other fresh products.





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The Board of Maitland, the global family office, administration and advisory firm, has appointed David Hathorn as Deputy Chairman with effect from February 1 as part of its ongoing succession planning. Hathorn has been a non-executive Director of Maitland International Holdings plc and Chairman of its Audit and Risk Committee since May 2017.

Prior to his appointment to the Maitland Board, Hathorn was CEO for 17 years of FTSE 100 packaging and paper giant Mondi plc, which is dual-listed in London and Johannesburg.

During this period, it says, he was instrumental in Mondi's international expansion and led the group through a demerger from Anglo American plc in 2007, with a concurrent listing on the London and Johannesburg Stock Exchanges.

Until 2007 he was a member of the Anglo American plc Executive Committee from 2003 and was an executive director of Anglo American plc from 2005, serving on the boards of a number of Anglo group companies.

Based in South Africa, Hathorn is also the Chairman of Kore Potash Limited, an ASX-, AIM- and JSE-listed company, as well as the Chairman of Tessara (Pty) Ltd, a South Africa-based company in the packaging industry which produces a product that extends the shelf life of grapes and other fresh products.



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