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Afterpay founders sacrifice board control in reshuffle

Investors have welcomed a restructure of Afterpay’s board and executive leadership on Tuesday which will create an independent board and ensure its co-founders can focus on its fast growing global business. “Afterpay has been growing at break neck speed and it is important that the corporate governance continues to improve to reflect the size of the company,” said Andrew Mitchell a senior portfolio manager at Ophir Asset Management which owns the stock. He said it is important that the board composition reflects the fact that it is now a global player in payment solutions “if it is to attract new international investors to the register.” The company announcement that its three founders will surrender control of the company’s board, follows a turbulent month which saw the company receive three inquiries from the ASX, and an audit from AUSTRAC into its compliance with money laundering laws. Mr Eisen, who stepped down from the executive chairman’s role to take the role of chief executive, said the changes are as much about addressing the growth opportunities ahead for the buy now, pay later provider. “The proposed changes will enhanc...