Kromek CFO appointed to board

by Richard Crump

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10 Dec 2013

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KROMEK chief financial officer Derek Bulmer has been appointed to the company's board as an executive director with immediate effect.

Bulmer has been CFO at Kromek, which supplies patented radiation detection technologies to the medical, security and nuclear markets, since 2010 and will continue in the role.

Following a period with KPMG, Bulmer worked in a number of senior management positions with blue chip plcs including Bass, AWG and Ibstock. Most recently, he worked as finance director of privately owned groups in both the IT, and oil and gas industries.

Commenting on the announcement, Arnab Basu, CEO of Kromek, commented: "Derek is a valuable member of the executive management team, and provides substantial legal and financial expertise, as well as his wider experience to the company. Following on from our recent IPO on AIM, we welcome Derek to the board and look forward to his continued contribution to the development of the company in this exciting growth period."

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