Monday, 27 May 2019 13:37

RXP Group strengthens board with Fitzpatrick appointment

Adrian Fitzpatrick, RXP Group Adrian Fitzpatrick, RXP Group

Australian-listed digital services consultancy RXP Group has appointed Adrian Fitzpatrick as a non-executive director.

With a 30-year career in executive ranks, Fitzpatrick held senior leadership and management positions with Pitcher Partners, where he was one of the firm’s founding partners, providing strategic and general business advice to growth-oriented businesses.

Fitzpatrick holds a number of directorships, including ASX 200 company ARB Corporation Limited, and Accident Compensation Conciliation Service – a Victorian State Government Authority.

RXP (ASX: RXP) chairman John Pittard said that Fitzpatrick’s wealth of experience would strengthen the board of RXP and complement its existing expertise.

“The directors are delighted that Adrian has agreed to join RXP as a non-executive director," he said.

"With his extensive experience in leadership and management within a professional service firm, as well as broad based advisory roles within growth orientated businesses, Adrian will bring fresh insights and perspectives to the board and will be particularly valuable as RXP continues its digital services focus.

“On behalf of myself, Sandra Hook and Ross Fielding, we welcome Adrian to the board of RXP.”

Fitzpatrick will take up his position on 1 July and will chair RXP’s audit & risk committee.


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