Paul Oppenheim succeeds John O’Rourke as chair at Plenary
People - MAY 24, 2024

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Paul Oppenheim succeeds John O’Rourke as chair at Plenary

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Public infrastructure investor, developer and manager Plenary has announced a change to its board, with founder and nonexecutive director Paul Oppenheim succeeding John O’Rourke as chair. O’Rourke remains on the board as nonexecutive director after serving as Plenary’s inaugural chair since Plenary’s inception in 2004.

Oppenheim was Plenary’s inaugural CEO from 2004 until he moved into a nonexecutive director role in January 2020.

“Paul has played a large part in the success of Plenary over the past 20 years, and under his chairmanship I am very confident we will successfully execute the growth strategy we’ve embarked upon,” said O'Rourke. “I very much look forward to working with Paul, my fellow directors, and our management team over the years ahead to continue to support the success of the company.”

“John has been a brilliant chair for the last 20 years, and under his leadership we have developed a very clear vision for the future,” s

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