Briscoe COO Burilin departing

Briscoe Group chief operating officer Pete Burilin is to leave the business after 20 years.

The exact timing of his departure will be determined by the outcome of a recruitment process now underway but it will be after the firm’s financial year ends in January, the homeware and sporting goods retailer said.

Burilin, who is retiring, has made an “enormous’ contribution to the business in the past 20 years and the firm is extremely sorry to see him leave, managing director Rod Duke said.

The stock last traded up 0.6 percent at $3.37. 

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