Nature Group appoints Rene Verbruggen to its Board as Non-Executive Director

– JERSEY, Saint Helier – Nature Group PLC (AIM:NGR), the provider of port reception facilities and waste treatment solutions for the oil, marine and process industries, is pleased to announce that René Verbruggen has been appointed to the Board of the Company as a non-executive director with immediate effect.

Mr. Verbruggen has extensive experience as an executive director in a variety of industries. He joined Royal Dutch Shell plc in 1985, working in the Netherlands, Oman, Central Eastern Europe, the Russian Federation and the UK in various financial functions. In 2001, he joined ISS Facilities Services NL as CFO and in 2006 he joined Smit Internationale, Marine Services as CFO, during which time it was listed on the Euronext Stock Exchange. From 2008 onwards, René has been working with private equity in a number of companies as an investor, executive director and non-executive director with specific focus on turnaround management.

Berend van Straten, Chairman of the Company, commented: “I am delighted to be able to appoint René to the Board of Nature Group. His knowledge of the oil and maritime industries, together with his significant financial and management background will provide welcome independence, experience and insight to the Board.”

About Nature Group

Nature Group combines port reception services and facilities, offshore treatment services and the latest sustainable waste treatment technologies in a steadily growing global network. Nature Group is traded on the AIM market, (ticker: NGR).

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