Ex-Michael Page FD takes non-exec role at rival Hydrogen

by Rachael Singh

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11 Sep 2012

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Stephen Puckett of MIchael Page

EX-MICHAEL PAGE FD Stephen Puckett has taken a non-executive director role at rivals Hydrogen.

The listed recruiter has announced that Puckett (pictured) will chair its audit committee and join its remuneration and nomination committees.

Recruitment company Michael Page announced in July last year that Puckett would be stepping down after 11 years when a successor was appointed, which occurred in January. During his time there he oversaw a significant expansion overseas.

Prior to Michael Page, Puckett was group finance director of Stat Plus for 11 months, and spent nearly 12 years at Wace Group, latterly as group finance director.

The move to a non-exec role comes after Hydrogen announced Ishbel Macpherson and Ian Fallmann were stepping down.

Puckett is joined by Anee Baldock who recently retired from international law firm Allen & Overy where she was partner and member of the global board. She joins Puckett on the audit, remuneration and nomination committees.

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