OIL COMPANY President Petroleum has revealed Ben Wilkinson as its new finance director.
The 30-year-old chartered accountant joins the AIM-listed company with immediate effect from Levine Capital Management, the largest shareholder in President. He has also worked in corporate finance at ABN AMRO/Royal Bank of Scotland.
Former FD Angelo Baskaran is to remain with the company, focusing on its US finances, but will no longer sit on the board.
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