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MFB CEO Graham Fountain has resigned.

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16 Dec 2010
MFB CEO Graham Fountain has today tendered his resignation.

Following allegations made by a former employee, MFB CEO and Chief Officer Graham Fountain this morning tendered his resignation which has been accepted by the President of the Board, Neil Comrie.

As soon as the Board became aware of the allegations, swift and decisive action was taken to investigate the matter. This matter has now been resolved to the satisfaction of the complainant and in accordance with the complainant’s request for confidentiality no further details of this matter will be released.

MFB’s operational capability remains uncompromised by this outcome and Deputy Chief Officer Shane Wright will act in the role of CEO/Chief Officer on an interim basis and MFB will continue to provide a high level of service to the community.

As both parties to this situation have requested their privacy be respected, no further statement will be made by MFB.

For enquiries contact:
MFB Communications & Media  9665 4699

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