Quinlan has spent the past 16 years at Marks & Spencer plc in a number of
capacities, including establishing an investor relations function, and since
2005 was the director of financial control.
Charles Berry, chairman of Drax, said the directors are delighted to welcome
Quinlan to the company board.
‘Tony brings to the board extensive experience and knowledge of working
within the plc environment, is a highly commercial senior finance professional
with significant experience and particular strengths in corporate finance,
financial control and investor relations,’ Berry said.
The appointment is effective from 1 September.
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