ATA Announces Senior Management Changes / National / 21 Jul, 2015

The Australian Trainers Association (ATA) has announced it will broaden its management team from 1 October 2015, with the appointment of Andrew Nicholl as Chief Executive.

Mr Nicholl will take over the role from John Alducci when he joins the ATA. John Alducci has agreed to remain with the ATA as Strategy Manager and will oversee the delivery of major industry projects including the new security of payment model being introduced by Racing Australia to address the problem of bad debts for Trainers and several other initiatives.

ATA Federal President Colin Alderson welcomed Mr Nicholl’s appointment and said that John Alducci had been instrumental in orchestrating the change.

He said he was grateful that Mr Alducci had agreed to continue with the ATA in a strategic role.

“John has been in the Chief Executive role for 21 years and has been a key driver in advocating additional resources be made available to ATA members,” Mr Alderson said.

Andrew Nicholl is a strong and passionate racing person having shared in racehorse ownership. He is an experienced businessman, having performed senior roles in the business world over 35 years.

Federal President
Australian Trainers' Association