Fyfe announces leadership swap

By on 18 October, 2019

Mark Dayman will step down as managing director of Fyfe after 14 years in the role, and 35 with the company. Image supplied.

Adelaide surveying institution Fyfe has announced a change in executive leadership.

Managing director Mark Dayman will step down after 14 years in the position, to take the role of executive chairman.

Current chairman Gary Spence will take up the top job as of October 28.

Mr Dayman said the succession plan had been three years in the making.

“During my 35 years at Fyfe, I have worked across every sector of the company and this move will free me up to work on key projects and business opportunities for the company,” he said.

Mr Spence, based in Brisbane, was formerly Managing Director of Brown Consulting from 2001 until it was sold to Calibre Consulting in 2011.

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