THE CHAIRMAN of the Treasury select committee is to leave his role as a non-executive director of Rugby Estates at the end of the year.
Andrew Tyrie will step down from his position at the property and asset management group on 31 December.
Tyrie joined the board of Rugby Estates in 2002, since when he has served as chairman of the remuneration committee and as a member of the audit and nomination committees.
Rugby Estates added David Lindop, a chartered accountant, will join the board as an independent non-executive director with effect from 1 December 2010.
Lindop will be a member of the company’s audit, remuneration and nomination committees.
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