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.