- InteliCare (ICR) appoints Daniel Pilbrow as the new CEO, taking over Jason Waller who has decided to leave the company to pursue other business opportunities
- Chairman Greg Leach says his appointment was the outcome of “an extensive national and international recruitment process”
- His position as CEO will commence on July 18 and his compensation package includes a $280,000 per annum salary
- ICR shares are up 9.89 per cent, trading at 10 cents each
InteliCare (ICR) has appointed Daniel Pilbrow as the new CEO, succeeding Jason Waller who has decided to leave the company to pursue other business opportunities.
InteliCare Chairman Greg Leach said his appointment was the outcome of “an extensive national and international recruitment process” that included an exceptional field of candidates.
“The board’s priorities in selecting a new CEO were identifying someone who had deep industry connections and domain expertise in the Australian Aged Care sector with a focus on being able to leverage the existing foundations of the company and lead the next transformational phase of growth for the company,” he said.
Mr Pilbrow is the current Executive Director NSW at Silver Chain Group with national responsibility for mergers and acquisitions, one of the largest not-for-profit community based health and aged care organisations in Australia.
“Daniel [is an outstanding executive with over 20 years’ experience and his] impeccable credentials and proven leadership capabilities, exemplified in recent years, set him apart as the Board’s top candidate for the CEO position.”
Mr Pilbrow is also a former investment director for social care with AMP Capital and was previously chief strategy officer with Opal Aged Care.
“My focus will be on driving the new strategic direction of the company and working with both existing and new stakeholders to deliver significant value for our shareholders,” Mr Pilbrow said.
His position as CEO will commence on July 18 and his compensation package includes a $280,000 per annum salary (excluding superannuation).
ICR shares were up 9.89 per cent, trading at 10 cents as of 3:45 pm AEST.