Non-Executive Directors

Ex-Jarvis FD takes non-exec role at boutique hotel

Ex-FirstGroup CFO and former Jarvis FD Steve Hebborn takes non-exec role at hotel business MWB Malmaison

17 Apr 2012

PwC

Ex-PwC partner for 27 years joins Castings board

For PwC partner for 27 years Alec Jones joines the board of Castings as non-executive director

04 Apr 2012

Ex-KPMG accountant named Cambria Automobiles chair

Cambria Automobiles has named chartered accountant Philip Swatman as its non-executive chairman

03 Apr 2012

FRC recruits former FSA director

Former FSA director and Aviva non-exec joins Financial Reporting Council board

30 Mar 2012

Chartered accountant joins Clinton Cards board

Hazel Cameron previously worked at Arthur Andersen & Co

29 Mar 2012

Government gives green light to FRC reforms

FRC pushes ahead with reforms and announces new appointments under the revised structure

27 Mar 2012

Ex-Kier FD joins engineering business Lamprell’s board

Deena Mattar is lined up as next audit committee chair for Lamprell

13 Mar 2012

Corin's Roller to move onto pastures new

Michael Roller plans to step down from the orthopaedic devices manufacturer in the middle of the year

08 Mar 2012

Colin: Don't quota me on that

Colin's take on board quotas sees a new breed of director

07 Mar 2012

Chartered accountant takes non-exec role at Camper & Nicholsons

Martin Bralsford has served as a non-executive member of the boards of a number of commercial, banking and investment companies

01 Mar 2012

Eric Anstee caught up in collapse of Blue Printing

Ex-ICAEW chief exec pumped own money into printing business but could not prevent its collapse

23 Feb 2012

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06 Feb 2012

Former CFO joins Marston's as non-executive director

Nick Backhouse, a former CFO at National Car Parks and Laurel Pub Company, joins pub operator and brewer

23 Jan 2012

Annual reports must reflect economic uncertainty

Directors must consider the risks faced by global economic uncertainty, says the FRC

18 Jan 2012

Hagen the target of Western Capital's ire

Shareholders non-too impressed with former ICAEW president Martin Hagen for Swallowfield board changes

12 Jan 2012

Ex-KPMG global vice-chairman joins Prudential

Former UK and global vice chairman of KPMG Alistair Johnston joins Prudential’s audit committee

21 Dec 2011

Former E&Y partner takes Dixons role

Jock Lennox joins electrical retailer Dixons as non-executive director

20 Dec 2011

Roll-Royce's Shilston pulls into BP

Andrew Shilston takes non-exec role at BP

12 Dec 2011

Ex-Reuters CFO takes Trinity Mirror chair

David Grigson takes chairman role at Trinity Mirror having spent 19 years in senior roles at Reuters, Emap and Standard Life

06 Dec 2011

Clifford cuts a rug at Carpetright

Former KPMG partner David Clifford joins Carpetright

21 Nov 2011

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