(Alliance News) - The following is a round-up of London-listed company director and manager changes announced on Monday and not separately reported by Alliance News:
Smart Metering Systems PLC - Glasgow-based gas and electricity smart meter installer - Says Chief Financial Officer David Thompson to leave on March 31 to pursue another opportunity, and Gavin Urwin has joined the group as CFO-designate. Urwin has previously worked at M&Co, William Grant & Sons, Aggreko and KPMG. Thompson will remain at the group and as CFO until the end of March, finalising the preparation of the audited full-year results due to be announced on March 16 and with a handover period with Urwin.
AFC Energy PLC - provider of hydrogen power generation technologies - Appoints Michael Rendall as its new chief engineer and product officer, effective March 1. He joins from Dyson Technology Ltd where he was head of Engineering & Industrialisation for Dyson's Energy Storage team and leading on several battery and energy storage programmes.
Centrica PLC - owner of British Gas - Says Joan Gillman has resigned from the board as a non-executive director. "The board would like to thank Joan for her service to Centrica and wishes her well for the future," says Chair Scott Wheway.
PureTech Health PLC - Boston, Massachusetts-based biotherapeutics company - Notes that founded entity, Vedanta Biosciences, appoints Mark Mullikin as chief financial officer. Mullikin joins Vedanta from Editas Medicine, where he served as vice president, Finance and Investor Relations and was involved in raising USD700 million of equity capital. Prior to this role, Mullikin worked for Novartis AG in roles focused on financial and strategic planning in addition to health economics and pricing.
Helios Underwriting - Lloyd's of London insurer - Says Jeremy Evans has stepped down from the board and his position as non-executive director with immediate effect. "As Helios is considering accelerating its acquisition of limited liability vehicles, Jeremy believes that it is now appropriate to retire from the board, after 13 years of service, in order to focus on his other roles at Nomina PLC and Hampden Capital PLC," company says, adding that Hampden continues to provide services to Helios Underwriting and retains a 3.6% shareholding.
By Lucy Heming;Â email@example.com
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