David Liddell is to resign as CFO of Panmure Gordon with effect from 31 March
2010 “to pursue other business interests” the company said today.
The board will kick off a formal process to appoint a new CFO, the
stockbroker said in a statement to the City.
Liddell has been with Panmure Gordon since May 2005, and previously from
April 2004 with Durlacher before its reverse takeover.
“He has made a significant contribution to many ventures during that time and
feels now is the time to explore new challenges,” the company said.
Tim Linacre, the chief executive of Panmure Gordon said: “I am very grateful
David for his loyalty to the firm over the past five years. He leaves the firm
with the board’s and my best wishes in his future endeavours.”
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