THE FINANCE CHIEF at AIM listed technology developer Oxford Advanced Surfaces Group is to become chief executive on 15 November, the company said.
Philip Spinks succeeds chief executive Adrian Meldrum following the completion of the company’s strategic restructuring and cost reduction exercise.
There are no plans to find a replace CFO with Spinks due to continue to have responsibility for the group’s finances. Meldrum, meanwhile, will remain on the board as a non-executive director.
Peter Rowley, non-executive chairman said: “We are delighted we have Philip as a natural successor who brings a breadth of experience from both his time at OAS and from his commercial experience in large multi-national organisations.”
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