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ICI CFO Tim Scott dies

Tim Scott, ICI chief financial officer, dies suddenly while travelling on business

ICI chief financial officer Tim Scott has collapsed and died from a sudden
and severe heart condition, while travelling on business in New York.

Scott, who was 43 years old, leaves a wife and two sons.

‘He will be greatly missed by his friends and colleagues at ICI and our
sympathy and thoughts are with Tim’s family at this sad time,’ said the group’s
board of directors.

Scott joined Unilever in 1983 and during the first six years of his career he
worked in a variety of businesses in the UK, US and Holland in a range of
financial positions.

In 1998 he was appointed chief administrative officer for ICI Paints in North
America, and in 1999 he became vice president strategy and performance at ICI’s
London headquarters.

In January 2001 he was appointed ICI chief financial officer and an executive
director of the company.

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