Setter takes over as new chair of LiveCorp

Sheep Central, October 30, 2019

New Livecorp chair Troy Setter.

LIVESTOCK export research and development body, LiveCorp has elected Consolidated Pastoral Company chief executive officer Troy Setter as its new chair.

Mr Setter’s election after yesterday’s annual general meeting in Townsville follows the retirement of Terry Enright, who reached his maximum board term after joining in 2010.

Mr Enright has been LiveCorp chair for the past two years as chair.

LiveCorp chief executive officer Sam Brown thanked Mr Enright on behalf of the industry.

“As a sheep and cattle farmer, Terry’s provided tremendous insights from a different side of the industry, and his knowledge of the RDC space from his time on the Grains Research and Development Corporation Board has been a real benefit for LiveCorp,” Mr Brown said.

“We are grateful for his considered and steady leadership in a time of great turmoil over the past few years, and wish him all the best.”

Mr Setter has worked in many areas of agribusiness, including beef, sheep, grains, cotton, land development and logistics, spent nine years as a director of the Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council, and is a member of the Indonesian Australian Red Meat Partnership.

The board is now made up of skills-based independent directors Lisa Dwyer, Melissa Holzberger and Troy Setter, re-elected exporter representative directors Angus Adnam and Michael Gordon, and ex-officio director and ALEC chair, Simon Crean.


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