– UK, London – Herald Investment Trust plc (LON: HRI) today announced that Henrietta Marsh has been appointed as a non-executive director of the Company with effect from 1 September 2019.
Ian Russell, Herald’s Chairman commented: “We are delighted that Henrietta has agreed to join the board. Her fund management background is directly relevant to the kind of companies and sectors in which Herald typically seeks to invest and her interests lie in growing quoted companies, which again is a feature of Herald’s investment strategy. As a non-executive director, she has the first-hand experience of overseeing governance requirements and delivering on corporate objectives. She will be an outstanding complement to the board’s existing expertise.”
About Henrietta Marsh
Henrietta has a strong track record as a fund manager and non-executive director, having worked in UK Small-Cap and Private Equity investment over several decades and then pursued a plural career. From 2005 until 2011, she was AIM fund manager at Living Bridge Equity Partners. Prior to that, she spent 14 years at 3i in several roles, including as fund manager of 3i Smaller Quoted Companies Trust plc. Her early career was with Morgan Stanley and Shell.
She is currently a non-executive director of Gamma Communications plc, a trustee of 3i Group plc’s pension fund and a member of London Stock Exchange’s AIM Advisory Group.
Henrietta has previously been a non-executive director of discoverIE Group plc and Electric Word plc, Alternative Networks plc and Dods Group plc, each AIM-listed, and in each case chaired the remuneration committee.
For more information: https://www.heralduk.com/funds/herald-investment-trust
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