Corin Group appoint new FD

by Calum Fuller

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10 May 2012

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IAIN SLATER has been made FD of orthopaedic device manufacturer and supplier, Corin Group.

Slater had previously been director of finance and commerce at Opcare, which provides prosthetic limbs and clinical services to the NHS.

Prior to that, he had been FD of Masstock Arable from 2004-2009 and had a role as head of finance at Centaur Grain from 2002-2004. He also counts Lynx Group and Advance International Group among his previous employers.

He holds a degree in Engineering Science from the University of Aberdeen and qualified as an accountant with KPMG in 1992.

Peter Huntley, CEO of Corin said: "I am delighted that Iain is joining us as finance director. His experience in the healthcare sector, as well as in complex operational and cash management environments, will be a strong asset to the group as we continue to roll out our hip portfolio and Unity total knee system."

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