EX-LSE AIM advisory chairman William Brown has taken a non-exec role at biomaterials and medical equipment business AorTech International.
Prior to his role at the London Stock Exchange Brown started his career with INVESCO, and in 1996 launched the AIM Trust, a dedicated fund for the AIM market. He later moved on to head the small investment team at ISIS, the fund management businesses previously run by Friends Provident.
Frank Maguire, chief executive AorTech, said: “We are delighted to welcome Bill to the board and believe his extensive experience of the UK public markets and growth companies will be invaluable to AorTech as we enter a new phase following the relocation of our operations from Australia to the US and seek to capitalise on the commercial opportunities that the move is expected to bring.”
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