Medicsight, the medical computer equipment company, has promoted its group
financial controller Troy Robinson to chief financial officer.
Robinson joined the company, which produces equipment to assist in the early
detection and diagnosis of disease, in 2007.
He has held senior finance roles at IVAX pharmaceuticals and HP Foods.
The appointment follows on from a boardroom reshuffle that took place last
year, which saw the former chief financial officer Allan Rowley promoted to
chief executive. Rowley took over from David Sumner who moved up to executive
chairman – succeeding Tim Brown who remained as non-executive director.
Allan Rowley, CEO of Medicsight, said: “I am delighted to appoint Troy to the
board of Medicsight. He has made a significant contribution since joining the
company and I look forward to continuing to work with him as a member of the
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