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Former FD takes non-exec role at Inc & Growth VCT

Finance director veteran Jonathan Cartwright joins the board of The Income & Growth VCT, as non-executive director

Jonathan Cartwright takes a non-exec role at
Income
& Growth VCT
on 1 August.

Cartwright, who qualified with Peat Marwick, was finance director of the
investment trust Caledonia from 1991 to 2009.

He is a former group financial controller for Hanson and held FD positions at
Hanson subsidiaries, Transworld Petroleum (UK), and Imperial Foods.

He is currently a non-executive director at international oil and gas
exploration company Serica Energy, taking up the role in 2008. He was formerly
non-exec at Bristow, which provides helicopter services for search and rescue
operations around the world.

Further reading:

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Fry to leave Berkeley Group after nearly three decades

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announces FD move

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