The finance director behind the iconic London black cab has stepped down
after eight years with the car manufacturer.
Mark Fryer, group finance and business development director of Manganese
Bronze Holdings, said he will step down to take up a new position with another
John Russell, chief executive of Manganese said Fryer made significant
contributions in his eight years, “most notably leading the negotiations of the
JV agreement with Geely Group”.
“We thank Mark for the skill and effort he has applied to the benefit of
Manganese Bronze and we wish him well for the future.”
Tony Pearman, group financial controller, will assume Fryer’s
responsibilities on an interim basis, the company said in a statement.
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