Ingham’s group chief executive Jim Leighton said in a statement on the ASX that Brannan will stay with the company for six months to deliver financial results for the fiscal year. He didn’t state any reason for the sudden resignation.
“Ian has been with the company for approximately three and a half years and has been an integral part of the management team’s transformation and listing of the company. While we are sorry to see him go, Ian has indicated that he remains committed to supporting the business over the next six months to ensure we deliver our financial result for FY2019,” Leighton said.
The company will start searching immediately for a replacement for the position.