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Manduca to step down as Morrisons audit committee chair

Paul Manduca to step down from Morrisons' board in March

Morrisons audit committee chairman Paul Manduca will step down from the
supermarket’s board on 10 March 2011.

Manduca has worked as a non-executive at the company for five years.

“He is a dedicated and diligent non-executive director who has, during his
tenure, chaired both the audit and remuneration committees, led the process for
selection of chairman, and played a significant role in recruiting our CEO,”
said chairman sir Ian Gibson.

“The board is deeply indebted to Paul for the enormous contribution he has
made over the past five years to the stabilisation and consequent success of the
group.”

A replacement for Manduca has yet to be identified.

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