Hydrogen announces Colin Adams to the Board of Directors as incoming Group CFO

– UK, London – Hydrogen Group plc today announces the appointment of Colin Adams ACA as the Group’s new Chief Financial Officer with immediate effect.

Colin Adams qualified with KPMG as a Chartered Accountant and has more than 20 years’ experience as CFO of listed companies, most notably as Group Finance Director of Bloomsbury Publishing plc from 1994 to 2011 and more recently as Group Finance Director of Huntsworth plc and Chief Operating and Chief Financial Officer of Quercus Publishing plc.

He is also a Non-Executive Director of Autharium Ltd, a publishing technology business.

Stephen Puckett, Chairman of Hydrogen, said “I am delighted to welcome Colin to the Hydrogen Group. He brings wide commercial experience, as well as strong technical skills in finance, an excellent understanding of communications and City relationships and a record of managing change, enabling businesses to develop their potential.”

Colin Adams will formally join the Board of Hydrogen Group plc immediately following the AGM on 21 May 2015.

AboutHydrogen Group

Hydrogen is a global specialist recruitment business. We build relationships by finding specialist candidates our clients have difficulty sourcing, placing exceptional, hard to find professionals in countries across the world, on both a contract and permanent basis. Our joined-up practice teams combine international reach with local expertise and specialist knowledge, to provide visibility of world class candidates.

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