Joanne Curin will become the chair of Atkins audit committee less than five
months after joining the engineering giant’s board.
Curin, a qualified chartered accountant, joined Atkins’ audit and nominations
panels on 10 February and will now take over as audit chair from James Morley
when he retires at the end of the month.
Currently CFO of
Holdings, Curin has a broad range of international experience in the
property, construction, oil, and shipping sectors, including finance director
roles for both Lend Lease Corporation and P&O.
Ed Wallis, chairman of Atkins, said: ‘James has made an invaluable
contribution to the group and I wish him every success for the future. I am
delighted that Joanne has agreed to take the chair of the audit committee.’
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