Non-Executive Directors

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Ex-M&S FD to take IHG non-exec role

Ian Dyson to expand his non-executive portfolio with InterContinental Hotels Group role

28 Aug 2013

Former Invensys CFO joins BBA Aviation board

Wayne Edmunds, CEO and former CFO of Invensys, joins BBA Aviation as non exec

08 Aug 2013

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Punch chief Ian Dyson takes ASOS non-exec role

Former M&S FD to serve as senior independent director at the online fashion retailer

07 Aug 2013

Ex-Balfour Beatty FD takes non-exec role at Cairn Energy

The former CEO and ex-FD of Balfour Beatty Ian Tyler takes a non-executive role at Cable & Wireless

28 Jun 2013

Retiring PwC global assurance partner joins CRH board

Donald McGovern, who retires from PwC following a 39 year career with the firm, is joining the board of CRH

26 Jun 2013

Ex-KPMG accountant joins Carpetright board

Andrew Page, currently the chief executive of Restaurant Group, is to join the specialist carpet retailer next month

25 Jun 2013

Bell Pottinger FD takes Communisis audit role

Finance executive Peter Harris takes Communisis audit committee chairman role

24 Jun 2013

US finance and insurance expert joins Prudential board

Alice Schroeder takes non-executive and audit committee role at Prudential

10 Jun 2013

Ex-Baker Tilly partner takes non-exec role at IT business

Current 21st Century interim FD and former Baker Tilly audit partner Mark Elliott takes non-executive role at Enables IT

20 May 2013

Ex-Travis Perkins FD joins Pendragon as audit committee chair

Paul Hampden Smith replaces Pendragon chairman designate Mel Egglenton as company's audit committee chair

15 May 2013

Sage loses its CFO to WANdisco

Paul Harrison is to step down from Sage this year with a succession search beginning. The group also announces Close Brothers FD Jonathan Howell will join as non-executive director

08 May 2013

Ex-Reckitt Benckiser CFO takes non-exec role at Dunelm

Former Reckitt Benckiser CFO Liz Doherty takes non-executive role at homewares retailer Dunelm

30 Apr 2013

Former RSM Tenon chief joins HW Fisher as non-exec

Andy Raynor to advise on HW Fisher's 'ambitious' growth plans

25 Apr 2013

Next chairman Barton takes easyJet chair as Rake leaves

Chartered accountant John Barton will take over from Sir Mike Rake as chairman of easyJet

17 Apr 2013

Sue Harris takes non-exec role at St James's Place

Lloyds group audit director joins FTSE 250 wealth management business

17 Apr 2013

Former Deloitte and National Express man takes Vp non-exec role

Phil White CBE joins the board of equipment rental company Vp

15 Apr 2013

John Laing's Ewer takes Go-Ahead non-exec role

Adrian Ewer joins public transport operator Go-Ahead as a non-executive director

03 Apr 2013

Award winning FD takes non-exec role at Robert Walters

Business & Finance award winner Brian McArthur-Muscroft takes non-exec role

27 Mar 2013

G4S to swap Dighton for Almanza as CFO

Trevor Dighton, one of the UK's most senior finance directors, is to step down - where his role will be taken by the equally senior Ashley Almanza

13 Mar 2013

Former Royal Mail group FD joins Fiberweb

Ian Duncan to chair Fiberweb's audit committee

01 Mar 2013

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