David Marino has resigned from his position of CEO of Capital SMART and excutive general manager of Drive, AMA's division for driveable repairs and will leave the compnay at the end of the week. The AMA restructure and the promotion of Marino to the new Drive role was announced in early July.
Marino joined SMART when Jim Vais was in charge and has had four years’ experience leading the Capital S.M.A.R.T business since Vais left the company. The recent restructure installed Mathew Cooper fromerly at Bapcor as Group Chief Operating Officer to oversee the three divisions. Marino's departure follows a mass exodus of senior management since former AMA CEO Andy Hopkins resigned.