The finance director of IT services firm Maxima has tended his resignation
just than two weeks after issuing a profits warning.
John Taylor has been in the post less than a year, and leaves the company at
the end of May to commence his appointment at another quoted company, according
Taylor assumed the role in May 2008 from Linda Andrews.
A company statement released on 18 March said that although trading in the
company’s third quarter has been in line with expectations, they now expect a
drop in fourth quarter performance.
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