Worthington Nicholls, the AIM-listed air conditioning, heating and
ventilation installation company, based in Wilmslow, has appointed accountant
Tim Hunt, 40, as a non-executive director until he can take up the FD’s role at
Currently serving out his notice period as business analysyt at the owners of
JD Sports, John David Group, Hunt will act as a non-exec for Worthington
Nicholls until he is available to become finance director.
The company said his primary role as non-exec would be to oversee Worthington
Nicholls’ first audit as a public company.
Hunt, trained with KPMG in Preston. After four years in audit he joined the
Manchester office’s corporate finance team.
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