BusinessCorporate FinanceFormer Symbian CFO lands non-exec role

Former Symbian CFO lands non-exec role

Venture capital firm tells shareholders about new appointment

An investment firm has scooped up a former finance director as its non
executive.

Thomas Chambers, once the recipient of Accountancy Age’s Growing Business FD
of the Year award, has now taken a non-executive role with venture capital
company SPARK VCT 2.

The investment firm made the announcement to shareholders today in a
statement which highlighted Chambers background in finance roles.

The former Symbian CFO has also been appointed chairman of the audit
committee.

Spark noted Chambers background with Price Waterhouse and his former posting
as CEO of professional services firm Robert Walters.

Further reading:
Thomas
Chambers – Growing business FD of the year.

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