RSM TENON has appointed a new chief financial officer.
Adrian Gardner joins the board with immediate effect, succeeding Russell McBurnie who has held the position since March 2008.
Since 2007 until recently Gardner was CFO of employee-owned PA Consulting which specialised in advice in the management and IT industry.
Prior to that he was CFO of pharmaceutical and LSE listed ProStraken and has worked at financial advisory company Lazard. Since 2003 he has been non-executive director at NYC listed software business Amdocs, moving up the ranks to chairman of its audit committee in 2003.
Bob Morton, (pictured) chairman of RSM Tenon, said: “On behalf of the board I am delighted to welcome Adrian to RSM Tenon. Adrian’s experience and insight will help us achieve our major priorities which continue to be working capital reduction, profit improvement and organic development.
“I would like to thank Russell for his commitment and dedication to the business.”
A spokesman for the firm said that McBurnie will continue at the firm in a revised role. He will initially handover and continue to implement some ongoing projects.
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