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GRD Minproc appoints a senior trio

Project successes and business

development outside of Australia

have prompted GRD Minproc to

make three senior appointments

those of Peter Bryant (left),

Peter Moore (centre) and Greg

Odges (right).

Mr Bryant, who has been

appointed director, finance, will

be responsible for finance,

compliance, legal, human

resources and information

technology.

He has previously held a number

of senior financial management

roles both within the accounting

profession and the commercial

sector. This experience includes

several years with Ernst & Young,

during which he was based in

offices in Australia, the United

Kingdom and the USA.

His commercial experience

includes several years within a

highly entrepreneurial Perthbased

organisation with diverse

business interests throughout

Australia and overseas.

With this organisation he held

several senior financial

management positions.

Mr Odges appointment as

financial accountant follows his

return from the United Kingdom,

where he worked for over three

years.

Based in central London, Mr

Odges worked for a Tokyo-based

major international corporation,

where he was the European

group accountant for one of the

corporations key divisions.

His role was to oversee the

monthly European group financial

reporting to Tokyo and the annual

European statutory financial

reporting to relevant UK statutory

authorities.

Prior to leaving for the UK, Greg

spent eight years with a major

Western Australian-based public

company.

He held several positions with

the business, culminating in an

appointment to the position of

corporate accountant/assistant

company secretary.

There he also acted in the

position of company secretary.

Mr Moore has been appointed to

GRD Minprocs advisory business

line.

He has over twenty years

experience in business risk

management and marketing,

including chief executive roles in

a number of businesses.

Mr Moore has particular skills in

the creation, maintenance and

auditing of business

management systems.

His other areas of expertise

include business management

skills in marketing, management

and strategic planning; extensive

consulting experience in a

number of areas including

information technology and ebusiness,

and providing training

services on e-commerce and online

services strategic planning.

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