Chairman of Board of Directors, LIAT retires

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In a release issued by LIAT on Tuesday, the Shareholders and Board of Directors of LIAT (1974) Limited, announced the retirement of the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Dr. Jean Holder.

Dr. Holder notified shareholders of his retirement at the company’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in Antigua on Monday 16th December, 2019.

After 16 years as a Director and Chairman of LIAT, he informed the shareholders that he would not be available for nomination as a Director of LIAT’s board for the next term. Dr. Holder stated that it was fulfilling to perform this role in such a critical regional institution. He thanked the shareholders and customers for their continued support; the employees for their hard work and commitment to continuous improvement and all the other stakeholders who through their patience, contributed to the ongoing safe operation of LIAT.

Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves thanked Dr Holder on behalf of all shareholders, for his outstanding contribution in the oversight of the Board of Directors in some extraordinarily difficult times.

Prime Minister Gonsalves stated that working with Dr. Holder had enriched him and he expressed immense gratitude.

Through its release, LIAT wished Dr Holder the very best in his future endeavours and, with the shareholders, joined in thanking him for his long and dedicated service to the company.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Great stuff. Now will Gaston ask for the resignation of all of the other Directors and the CEO? Otherwise we are just “spinning tyres in mud”.

  2. Great stuff. Happy to see the back of a man who basically did sweet feck all for 16 years. Now will Gaston ask for the resignation of all of the other Directors and the CEO? Otherwise we are just “spinning tyres in mud”. AGAIN.
    So far the chant from up above fort Decades has been NO CHANGES. But LIAT, among other government corporations, are bleeding the shareholders dry. But that is the Caribbean Marxist principle – tax the people to death. Time to shake it ALL up, get qualified and experienced people in there, and provide grounds for LIAT’s expansion.

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