LJ Hooker CEO Grant Harrod resigns

  • The decision comes following plans to float the company, which has more than 700 offices, on the ASX were put on hold.

The decision comes following plans to float the 700-office-strong company on the Australian Stock Exchange were put on hold.

Mr Harrod told The Australian Financial Review the company wanted to list when he joined in 2014 and the decision to not proceed had made his role redundant.

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LJ Hooker CEO Grant Harrod resigns

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