Taylor Maritime Investments chair steps down

'Devote more time to personal businesses'

Eve Maddock-Jones
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The chair of Taylor Maritime Investments Nicholas Lykiardopulo will step down from the role tomorrow (6 January).

According to the board, Lykiardopulo decided that upon the successful conclusion of the Grindrod Shipping acquisition he would leave the role "in order to devote more time to his personal businesses after a period of intense and demanding activity with TMI". Non-executive director Frank Dunne will act as interim chair during the recruitment process for a permanent replacement. Home REIT investment adviser distances from trust ahead of Nasdaq listing In an RNS notice published today (5 January), Lykiardopulo said it had "been a privilege to lead such a strong and dynamic team throug...

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