Tim Tozer is leaving his positions as chairman and managing director of Vauxhall and CEO of Opel Ireland. In his place, GM has named Opel exec Rory Harvey to the posts with immediate effect.
Holden had a crisis of leadership over the past few years. GM's Australian division had three chief executives in as many years, before Mike Devereux steered it through a period of relative stability for the better part of three years. Devereux was succeeded earlier this year by Gerry Dorizas, but after less than eight months on the job, Dorizas is stepping down, too.