THE FIRST group financial controller has been appointed at Mediterranean Oil & Gas.
Athar Akram, a chartered accountant with more than 30 years’ experience including terms at PwC and BP, joins the exploration company.
His appointment coincides with a minor boardroom reshuffle, with two non-executive directors leaving and one joining.
The group FC role is “an increasingly important role as the company progresses its growth opportunities”, said the company in a statement to the stock exchange.
The company went through financial restructuring in May 2011.
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