Cable Bahamas inleadership change

Cable Bahamas is undergoing a leadership transition, with Anthony Butler set to retire as chief executive and be replaced by Bahamian businessman Franklyn Butler II.

The BISX-listed communications provider, in advertisements set to be published today, revealed that Mr Butler is set to retire from the top post on June 30, 2018, following a near-20 year career with Cable Bahamas.

He will be replaced by Mr Butler, the current chairman of AML Foods and the Milo Butler Group. Mr Butler has served as a director on the Cable Bahamas Board since 2011, and he will be the first Bahamian to lead the company since its creation in 1994.

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Sickened says...

Anthony, you don't look a day over 50. Congrats on your retirement! I foresee many dinner invitations in your future.

Posted 16 May 2018, 2:45 p.m. Suggest removal

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