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Former Kelda FD stands in as chief at Spice

Martin Towers takes interim chief role at Spice

Former Kelda Group FD Martin Towers is set to take on the interim chief
executive role at
Spice.

Currently a non-executive director at the utility support services business,
Towers has been appointed interim chief until a replacement for Simon Rigby is
found.

Rigby led the company from its single contract with Yorkshire Electricity in
1996 to its full listing in 2008.

“He has informed the board that he feels the group has achieved a size and
position where it is appropriate for a new style of chief executive to take over
the leadership. As a consequence, Simon has made a personal decision that he now
wishes to pursue his other business interests,” said Spice in its statement.

“Spice has reached critical mass in its core markets and the future is more
about growing these businesses organically,” said Rigby.

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