PracticePeople In PracticeFormer Andersen chief to leave Computacenter

Former Andersen chief to leave Computacenter

John Ormerod to step down from Computacenter non-exec roles

FORMER Andersen UK chief John Ormerod is to step down from his non-exec role at Computacenter.

Ormerod, who oversaw the UK firm during the entire network’s post-Enron collapse, is to be replaced by former Deloitte senior audit partner Minnow Powell.

After a 35-year career with Deloitte, Powell has since taken on non-exec positions at TUI Travel and Supergroup.

Computacenter chairman thanked Ormerod for his “very significant contribution” during his nine years at the IT services company.

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