September 3, 2015

Justin Pascoe confirmed as Wests Tigers new CEO

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Wests Tigers have confirmed Justin Pascoe as their new Chief Executive Officer. He enters the role after tendering his resignation as Penrith Panthers Head of Rugby League.

Wests Tigers Chair Marina Go said in a statement: “Justin brings a wealth of experience to the role and we’re confident that he will lead this club well into the future.

“Justin’s experience both here in Australia and overseas across a number of positions means that he brings a unique set of skills to Wests Tigers and we look forward to him joining the club and working with us to achieve the lofty goals set out in our Strategic Plan.”

“The appointment of Justin is another step that the club has made towards building a winning culture that is focused on performance outcomes. We are committed to building a successful club that will compete for premierships.

“I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank Phil Moss for stepping into the role of Interim CEO for the past few months, he didn’t hesitate when we asked him to take on the additional responsibilities and has lead the club well during that time.”

Justin Pascoe further added: “I’m impressed by the innovative and unified approach of the current Board in its direction to ensure this club is in a position where it becomes sustainable off the field and competitive on the field consistently.

“I believe that as an organisation Wests Tigers has the potential to engage with its fans, develop commercial strategies and apply business principles that will differentiate it from all its competitors and create a strong and inclusive culture that builds an enviable sports organisation.”

Pascoe will begin in his role at the Wests Tigers in November.


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