Listed accounting firm RSM Tenon has streamlined its board structures in an
effort to create a clear distinction between strategy and oversight.
In an announcement to the stock market, Tenon, said it had restructured the
board to comprise two executive directors and three non-executive directors.
Three board members – Carl Jackson, Tony Stockdale, Richard Smith and Mark
Lucas – have stepped down from the Board with effect from 20 May 2010 but retain
their current executive role as a member of RSM Tenon’s operating board,
responsible for the operations of the Group.
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