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Curin takes on WS Atkins audit role

WS Atkins beefs up audit committee with the appointment of Joanne Curin as non-executive

Chartered accountant Joanne Curin has joined WS Atkins as a non-executive
director, serving on its audit and nomination committees.

Curin has served as a senior finance professional internationally, working in
the UK, New Zealand and Australia across a number of sectors. She has held FD
roles at Lend Lease Corporation and P&O. She is currently a director of
Intelligent Engineering holdings.

‘She is a heavyweight finance director with tremendous experience gained in
truly global and diverse companies,’ said Ed Wallis, chairman, WS Atkins.

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