– UK, Hungerford – Pebble Beach Systems Group plc (LON: PEB), a leading global software business specializing in playout automation and content management solutions for the broadcast and streaming service markets, today announced the appointment of Chris Errington to its Board as a Non-Executive Director with effect from 4 May 2021.
“We are delighted to welcome Chris to the Board. We feel that his significant experience of researching and modelling growth strategies combined with a pertinent background from being CEO at Gresham Technologies plc, a B2B provider of high integrity software to a sophisticated market, will enhance the Board’s collective strength and be hugely beneficial to the next phase of the Group” said Non-Executive Chairman, John Varney.
About Chris Errington
Chris Errington, a qualified chartered accountant, is a partner at Kestrel Partners LLP and is their Head of Research, with a primary focus on the Kestrel Opportunities Fund, which puts an emphasis on smaller quoted companies and pro-actively working with management to improve their value.
Chris Errington was a Director of Snoozebox Holdings plc and Snoozebox Limited at the time they went into administration in 2017. Following the administration, Snoozebox Holdings Plc was put into creditors voluntary liquidation, and Snoozebox Limited was put into a corporate voluntary arrangement in 2018.
Mr. Errington will retain his position as Head of Research at Kestrel which indirectly holds voting rights over 37,085,529 Shares in Pebble, which represents 29.76% percent of issued share capital.
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