K2fly Ltd (ASX:K2F) has appointed Nic Pollock to the role of chief executive officer, effective from September 1 following an executive restructure.
This comes after current CEO Brian Miller informed the board that from September 1 he would like to reduce his hours of employment.
Although this will necessitate Miller stepping down from the role, he remains fully committed to K2F and has expressed his desire to continue as a director of the company.
Therefore, the following changes will be made:
- Miller will step down as CEO and Pollock has agreed to step into the role of CEO. He is currently K2F’s chief commercial officer and has been integral to the success of K2F to date;
- Miller will continue to be engaged as an executive director of K2F. In addition to supporting Pollock as CEO, Miller will focus on capital markets (investors), new acquisitions and also K2F’s consulting business. From September 1 and for the foreseeable future, Miller will work for four days a week; and
- K2F’s business has rapidly grown as has its demands for prudent financial management, therefore, K2F has determined that it should engage a chief financial officer (CFO). The recruitment process for a CFO is underway.
Exciting future ahead
Speaking to the changes, Miller said:
“I am committed to this company and I am confident we are going to grow from strength to strength under Nic’s leadership.
“Our expanding portfolio of solutions in the ESG space makes for a very exciting future.”
Experience in enterprise software
Pollock has 25 years of experience in enterprise software and professional services, with more than 20 years in global, APAC and regional senior leadership roles across asset-intensive, global supply chains and financial services.
He has spent many years focused on the resources industry in public (ASX and TSX), private and PE funded companies.
Before joining K2fly in the role of CCO, Pollock was managing director and vice president Asia Pacific of Gemcom (now Dassault), president Asia Pacific at Mincom (now ABB), global director of solutions and member of the executive committee at Snowden Mining, founder of Resource Governance International (RGI) and CEO of Decimal.