WAFarmers has welcomed the release of the CBH structure and governance review, which presented three structural options and possible governance approaches.
The review, which was several years in the making, was released this afternoon, and intends to ensure grower members have critical input into the future structure and governance of CBH.
“As Australia’s largest cooperative, we are pleased that CBH Board has given their members the opportunity to have input into the structure and governance of the organisation going forward,” WAFarmers Grains Council President Duncan Young said.
“By outlining the possible structural and governance options for CBH moving forward and presenting thoughtful questions for readers to consider, CBH has given their members the power to determine the future of the organisation based on what they see as the most important key issues.
“WAFarmers Grains Council strongly encourages all growers to read the document carefully to ensure they are in the best position to face future challenges and capitalise on opportunities.
“Furthermore, we hope that the release of this document will inspire growers to become even more involved and engaged in discussions, particularly at grower meetings, the latest of which were published at the end of the document.”
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