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IQ Holdings names Mitchel as FD

Business research company ushers in John Mitchel as new finance director

John Mitchel has been appointed as finance director for IQ Holdings with
immediate effect.

In confirming the appointment, the board of IQ Holdings also announced Peter
Parkinson has resigned as interim finance director and Neil McGowan has changed
role from finance director to non-executive director of the company.

Commenting on the appointment, Julian Green, CEO of IQ Holdings, said: ‘We’re
delighted to welcome John to the team; he brings with him a proven track record
and we believe he will be a valuable asset to the company.’

In his role as interim FD, Mitchel worked across the company’s recent
acquisitions of Viewpoint Field, Viewpoint Studios and The Wire.

Further Reading:

Curin
takes on WS Atkins audit role

Parkwood
FD returns to interim management

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