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FD reshuffle announced at Touch

AIM listed company promotes FD

AIM quoted company, Touch Group has announced a top-end reshuffle of its
finance and executive functions.

The group announced the resignation of Theresa Saklatvala, Touch’s director
and chief executive officer who joined the group in January 2007.

Stuart Winship, who took over as finance director six months ago, has been
now appointed as chief executive officer. A replacement for the FD position has
not been announced.

Vincent Isaacs, Touch’s executive chairman, said he was delighted by
Winship’s appointment.

“Combined with his financial savvy honed as a partner at Arthur Andersen and
Deloitte, his consummate skill and understanding of online publishing and the
depth of knowledge he has with regard to all aspects of our business built up
over the past five years, he also enjoys the full regard of the Touch sales and
editorial teams,” he said.

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