CSR’s FD Paul Goodridge has handed in his notice, the company has announced.
said: ‘Paul Goodridge, finance director, has decided to step down from the
Board for personal reasons with effect from 29 February 2008 and will be leaving
the company on 31 May, 2008.
The company, which is a leading provider of Bluetooth and Wi-fi technolgy,
has brought in Will Gardiner, currently divisional head of finance, technology
and enterprise at BSkyB, as Goodridge’s replacement.
Ron Mackintosh, chairman of CSR, said: ‘Paul has made an outstanding
contribution to CSR since he joined the Company in 2000 being a part of the
management team that led CSR through its IPO and a period of impressive and
sustained growth through to the present. We will miss him.’
‘At the same time, the board is delighted to welcome Will. His combination
of skills and experience make him an ideal successor and we have no doubt of the
contribution he will make to CSR.’
Gardiner will be joining the board as CFO on 1 July 2008,after a handover
period, the company said.
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