Jackman makes hay

01 Feb, 2013 09:26 AM
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Malcolm Jackman.
Malcolm Jackman.

IN BRIEF: ELDERS chief Malcolm Jackman is still taking full advantage of his salary sacrificing arrangement to buy stock on-market.

The Australian Financial Review reports that according to an ASX filing yesterday, Mr Jackman picked up a whole $416 worth of stock under the scheme.

That was 3087 shares at about 13.4c a share, which would've been worth more than $60,000 when he took over as CEO and the stock was trading at more than $20.

Also last week, Elders announced that CFO Mark Hosking was leaving.

Last year Jackman appointed Greenhill & Co to advise on the company's latest strategic change of direction.

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John Niven
1/02/2013 10:18:22 AM

A wonder he's not Prime Minister
grainfarmer
1/02/2013 1:21:12 PM

Credit where credit is due. He inherited a basket case that was destined for ruin long before he was on board. He's done well to keep it afloat so long, and proof above that he is not "rape and pilliaging it".
ando
1/02/2013 2:39:55 PM

John, his hair is the wrong colour!

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