Countrywide welcomes Amanda Rendle to its Board as Independent Director

– UK, London –  Countrywide plc (LON: CWD) today announced that Amanda Rendle will be appointed as an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company with effect from 16 October 2019 and will be a member of the Audit and Risk Committee.

“I am delighted to welcome Amanda to the Board of Countrywide plc. She brings a wealth of experience from a business career that spans financial and professional services. Her particular experience in marketing and her broad commercial skills and experience will complement the Board,” said  Peter Long, Executive Chairman.

In conjunction with Amanda`s appointment, Natalie Ceeney will step down from the Audit and Risk Committee with effect from 16 October 2019, allowing her to further develop her recently appointed role as Chair of the Remuneration Committee.

About Amanda Rendle

Amanda has over 30 years of marketing and communications experience in both agencies and clients across numerous sectors including financial services, professional services and FMCG. She began her career at Barclays Bank before moving to Limbo. She subsequently set up a consultancy practise recognising the opportunity to focus on customer experience. Amanda then spent 16 years at HSBC leading marketing, customer experience, insights and proposition development for the Commercial Bank across more than 50 countries.

Amanda is a Non-Executive Director of Tesco Bank; the British Business Bank; the Government Communications Service Ministerial Board; and is Deputy Chair of Keep Britain Tidy. She is a Fellow of the Marketing Society and a member of WACL.

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