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Kewill CFO to step down

Logistics software supplier Kewill on the hunt for new FD after Karen Bach announces she is to leave the company

TRADE AND LOGISITICS software supplier Kewill has initiated a search for a new chief financial officer after current incumbent Karen Bach revealed she is to leave the company

Bach, who has been with Kewill since July 2009, will step down as a director on 15 November but remain with the company until the end of the year in an advisory capacity. She is to explore other business opportunities, including operational management roles.

Chief executive Paul Nichols said Bach had “helped us evolve our global strategy and progress multiple acquisition opportunities whilst driving for internal process efficiencies”.

The company also announced the appointment of former Wolfson Microelectronics CFO, George Elliott, as non-executive chairman.

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