Shipbuilder Havyard's chief executive resigns

Geir Johan Bakke steps down as CEO of Havyard, effective immediately, after serving 15 years as head of the Norwegian yard. The shipbuilder has appointed a temporary replacement.

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Effective immediately, Geir Johan Bakke resigns as chief executive at Norwegian shipbuilding company Havyard after leading the firm for 15 years, according to a stock exchange notice issued by the company on Monday.

According to Havyard, Bakke has stated he is "willing to be available to the company for some time to come, should it be needed".

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