GC Rieber Boss Becomes Shearwater Full-Time CEO

GC Rieber Shipping’s chief executive officer Irene Waage Basili will resign the position on April 01, 2017, to become a permanent CEO of Shearwater GeoServices, a 50/50 owned company of  GC Rieber and Rasmussengruppen.

The decision follows the appointment of Irene Waage Basili as temporary CEO of Shearwater in November 2016.

“The board of GC Rieber Shipping would like to thank Irene Waage Basili for solid contributions during her six years at the helm of GC Rieber Shipping. We wish her good luck with new responsibilities and we are very pleased that she will continue to work in Shearwater and thus will still be in close contact with GC Rieber Shipping,” said Paul Christian Rieber, chairman of GC Rieber Shipping.

The board of GC Rieber will initiate a process to recruit a new permanent CEO. Meanwhile, Einar Ytredal will continue to serve the role as acting CEO while Øystein Kvåle will remain acting CFO.

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