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English Español Rio Tinto CFO to join Caltex

Matthew Halliday will become the company’s new CFO from April 2019.

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Fuel retailer Caltex has announced the appointment of Matthew Halliday as chief financial officer, starting 15 April, replacing the outgoing Simon Hepworth, reports Inside Retail.

Halliday brings prior experience in senior finance and commercial roles across ASX-listed and professional services organisations, having held a CFO role across several divisions of mining company Rio Tinto during his near-20-year career employed there, including Rio Tinto Energy, Rio Tinto Coal Australia, and Rio Tinto Aluminium.

“Matthew has significant executive experience managing complex, global and transformative finance and commercial issues,” Caltex Australia chief executive Julian Segal said.

The Australian fuel retailer recently unveiled its new convenience store concept for the market.

Caltex has grown to become the nation’s leading transport fuel supplier, with a network of approximately 1,900 company-owned or affiliated sites.

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