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London City Airport CFO takes flight to Psion

Adrian Colman to become chief financial officer at mobile computing company Psion in April

THE CFO of London City Airport is making the move to mobile computing company Psion.

Adrian Colman joins Psion as chief financial officer in April, replacing Fraser Park, who is taking a career sabbatical to deal with an illness in his family.

Prior to his role at London City Airport he was group financial controller and head of investor relations at defence company QinetiQ and CFO at Numerica. He has also held senior management roles at KPMG Consulting and PwC.

“Adrian Colman brings Psion valuable experience of managing the finance function within a FTSE 250, international technology business – in addition to his dealings with investors, management, and commercial input and HR strengths,” said Psion chief executive John Conoley.

 

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