Restaurant Brands Limited, Annual Meeting 2022

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  1. …and that last comment might be exactly why! A strong exec team is hard to find, with a strong culture, is hard to re-create.

  2. David Winn says:

    In my opinion RBD is quite unique in NZ. 75% owned by what appear to be Mexican interests, the question which puzzles me is why do these powerful gentlemen want to be bothered with a company adrift in the South Pacific? They have expanded in to the California market and I think they will continue to expand in the U.S. but why do this through far away NZ? I have been told that the NZ management have been told to carry on doing what you have done so well for years and there has been little interference or direction from overseas.

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