LUX Innovate has appointed Alison Clark as its new chief financial officer.
Clark most recently worked for a Scottish investment bank and funds manager,
and previously worked for an international crop protection business.
She trained as an accountant with Ernst & Young, working in the firms’
Glasgow and London offices.
Artin Moussavi, CEO of LUX Innovate, said: ‘We value Ali’s strong financial
background and are delighted to have her join our team. As LUX continues to
grow, she will be well placed to lead our financial planning and analysis.’
LUX Innovate is a technology development company which specializes in
light-based technologies to develop and commercialise detection solutions.
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