– UK, Warrington – Eddie Stobart Logistics Plc (LON: ESL) today announced the appointment of Adrian Collins as Non-Executive Chairman with immediate effect.
Adrian has worked in the fund management business for over 40 years, most recently at Liontrust Asset Management where he served as Chairman from 2009 to 2019. Prior to that, he was Managing Director at Gartmore Investment Management, where he spent a large part of his career. He is currently Chairman of CIP Merchant Capital Ltd, Bahamas Petroleum Company plc and Tri-Star Resources plc.
Mr Collins became a director of Geared Income Investment Trust Plc on 17 February 1997. Administrative receivers of the company were appointed on 8 April 2003 and the company was dissolved on 29 May 2018.
Mr Collins was appointed to the board of Sporting Classics Publications Limited upon incorporation, with the company subsequently put into creditors’ voluntary liquidation on 3 March 1999.
Mr Collins was appointed to the board of Colorvision plc following a financial re-construction in May 1996. Following the withdrawal of support from the company’s principal bankers, joint administrative receivers were appointed on 31 July 1996.
Mr Collins was appointed to the board as a non-executive director of Murray Meat Markets Ltd in April 1991. Administrative receivers were appointed by Barclays Bank plc on 21 April 1992, and the official receiver appointed a liquidator on 25 November 1992.
Mr Collins was appointed executive director of Marillion plc in December 1990 and resigned as a director on 11 December 1991. Administrative receivers were appointed by the company on 1 July 1992.
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