Mark Holyoake is a prominent investor who has diversified in many fields, including the Seafood industry. He recently announced that he would step down after many years of his service in Iceland Seafood International as Board member. Besides, Benedikt Sveinsson has also announced his resignation from being a board member.
In an article from Undercurrentnews entitled “Holyoake, Sveinsson Step Down From ISI Board… “, Mark Holyoake and the CEO of Icelandic Group will be stepping down from their respective positions.
The shareholders of Iceland Seafood Company held a meeting on 2nd Feb at Reykjavik. The main agenda of the meeting was to elect other board members. Among the nominated members was the MAR Advisors managing partner, Magnus Bjarnason. The firm majors with mergers and acquisitions.
Other nominees include Ingunn Agnes, Liv Bergthorsdottir, and Jakob Valgeir Flosason. The nominees have served as executives in various companies acquiring vast experience and skills beneficial to ISI. Jakob Valgeir is one of the ISI shareholders. He suits the board member position since he will be able to combine exclusive customer service in various departments. See Related Link to learn more.
Iceland Seafood International recently reported that Bjarni Armannsson would become the CEO. Before this, he used to be the chairman of the firm. Armannsson had seen the partnership between ISI and Icelandic Iberica. He has served as the CEO after the resignation of Helgi Anton Eiriksson. Iceland Seafood International highly engaged in several mergers and acquisitions. For example, it acquired Solo Seafood in 2018. That was a strategic acquisition that enhanced the growth and development of the company. During Undercurrent News, Bjarni Armannsson noted that ISI would consistently engage in Mergers and Acquisition
ISI is focusing on the 2019 main market listing. The company will enhance its growth and development in foreign markets due to the present opportunities and high demand. ISI has managed to make incredible achievements in the last few years. Bjarni Armannsson has to ensure that the company maintains its continuous growth under his leadership and management. He also thanked Mark Holyoake and Benedikt Sveinsson for their incredible input in the overall success of the company.
Mark Holyoake is a renowned real estate investor who ventured the food sector business with the founding of the British Seafood Group. Mark bought the highest shares of Iceland Seafood International. ISI majors in the production of fresh, frozen and lightly salted fish, pelagic fish and shellfish. Mark Holyoake still retains his position of the highest shareholder of ISI.