PracticeConsultingOne FD in, one out at Xansa

One FD in, one out at Xansa

IT servicing and outsourcing company Xansa has accepted the resignation of finance director Geoffrey Dunn, and appointed the current chief financial officer at Penguin to the post.

Link: Xansa shares crash on profits warning

In a board shakeup announced yesterday, Peter Gill will join the company and board on 1 January 2003. Dunn leaves the company with immediate effect.

In the interim period, Mark Thurston financial control director, will take responsibility for the post, reporting directly to chief executive, Alistair Cox.

‘I am delighted to announce that Peter Gill will be joining Xansa in January. His extensive background in financial management and investor relations, focus on driving a return on capital and broad experience in integrating international businesses will enable him to make a significant contribution to Xansa,’ said Cox.

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