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Corin's Roller to move onto pastures new

Michael Roller plans to step down from the orthopaedic devices manufacturer in the middle of the year

ORTHOPAEDIC devices manufacturer Corin has announced a number of board changes, including the imminent departure of its finance director Michael Roller.

Roller intends to step down from the role towards the middle of the year, during which time the company expects a handover process to have taken place.

Chairman Graeme Hart also steps down, after 11 years at Corin, eight of those in his current role. Current senior non-executive Linda Wilding will become chairman.

Peter Huntley, Corin chief executive, thanked both Roller and Hart for their contributions to the business.

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