– UK, London – Albion Enterprise VCT PLC (LON: AAEV) today announced the appointment of Rhodri Whitlock to its Board as a non-executive director, effective from 19 January 2021.
The Board welcomes Rhodri and looks forward to working with him over the coming years.
Rhodri Whitlock will succeed Lord St John of Bletso as Audit Committee Chairman following his decision to step down from the Board on 30 November 2020.
The Board also announces that the Dowager Lady Balfour of Burleigh who has been on the Board since 2006 has been appointed Senior Independent Director with effect from 19 January 2021.
About Rhodri Whitlock
Rhodri Whitlock, a chartered accountant, has over 25 years’ experience as a partner providing a range of assurance services and advice to listed and private companies. For 20 of those years, Rhodri Whitlock worked closely with the non-executive boards of a significant number of investment and infrastructure funds with aggregate assets under management of £1.5 billion. He has assisted with IPOs of companies and investment trusts and has experience in valuations. Rhodri also has considerable experience in high growth businesses and sectors including MedTech, Fintech, software as a service, healthcare, and eCommerce. Rhodri is currently working for the independent regulator the Financial Reporting Council.
He has been an active member of several national and international audit firm committees, including BDO LLP’s Partnership Council and PKF International’s Assurance and Advisory Committee. He has also served for 7 years as a member of the AIC technical sub-committee which focuses on VCTs.
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