Frontline CEO Macleod steps down

Robert Hvide Macleod steps down as chief executive of John Fredriksen's tanker operator Frontline. The company has found an internal successor.

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The chief executive officer of John Fredriksen's tanker operator Frontline steps down.

In a press release Wednesday, the shipping company says that CEO Robert Hvide Macleod has "decided to step down from his position." He will however remain available to the company until the end of April 2021.

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