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Jimmy Wilson will take on the CEO role later this year. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Wilson to lead CBH

CBH Group has announced a surprise selection as its new chief executive, recruiting former BHP iron ore boss Jimmy Wilson to succeed Andrew Crane.

The appointment comes 18 months after Mr Wilson left BHP.

Mr Crane announced his retirement in late March, and will be leaving the business at the end of November after serving in the role for eight years, while Mr Wilson will join CBH next week as CEO-elect.

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1st-CBH Group$3.72bn
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