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e2v FD Hannant calls it quits

Tech manufacturer on the hunt for new finance director after Mike Hannant says he will step down

Mike Hannant has announced his intention to step down from the position of
group finance director for e2v Technologies.

Hannant is expected to remain in the position until a replacement is found.

In tending his resignation, Hannant has also relinquished his role as board
director of the manufacturer.

e2v Technologies produces high performance electron devices and subsystems
for applications including defence electronic countermeasures, radiotherapy
cancer treatment, and radar systems.

Commenting on Hannant’s resignation, George Kennedy, chairman of e2v, said:
‘I would like to extend the board’s thanks to Mike for his years of loyal
service to e2v. He has contributed a great deal to the development of e2v, most
notably since its flotation on the London Stock Exchange.’

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