d’Amico to chair Standard Club

Nov 03 2017

The Standard Club has appointed Cesare d’Amico, of d’Amico Societa di Navigazione , as Chairman of its board.

He was unanimously elected at the last board meeting and becomes Chairman from January, 2018, subject to regulatory approval.

Nicolas Hadjioannou from Alassia Newships Management will also become the new joint deputy chairman, working alongside existing deputy chairman Erik Johnsen of Seaocean Carriers, in the New Year, again subject to approval.

Rod Jones of CSL Group announced his decision to step down as Chairman, following his retirement from CSL Group in March of this year.

Jeremy Grose, Standard Club CEO, said: “On behalf of everyone at The Standard Club and Charles Taylor, I would like to thank Rod for his dedication and service to the club over the past 15 years, of which the last four years have been as chairman. The club has flourished during his tenure and we wish him well in his retirement.

I am delighted to welcome in Cesare d’Amico as our new Chairman. Cesare has been a committed member of the board who has been serving as deputy chairman for over three years and is therefore highly valued for his knowledge and experience. The club is committed to supporting its members and has ambitious plans for the year ahead and I look forward to working with Cesare as Chairman.”

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