– UK, London – Rosslyn Data Technologies plc (LON:RDT), a leading global big data technology company, today announced that Ash Mehta will be joining the Company and board of RDT as Chief Financial Officer with effect from 23 April 2019. Ash has substantial CFO experience in growth companies, both public and private, and his appointment will bring significant financial expertise to the Company and board.

Rosslyn CEO, Roger Bullen said, “After a rigorous search process for the right candidate, I am thrilled to have secured Ash for the role of CFO. He brings a wealth of relevant experience to support Rosslyn’s growth in the coming years.”

About Rosslyn Data Technologies plc

Rosslyn Data Technologies plc is a leading provider of a cloud-based data analytics platform. The company provides analytical services by combining four key technologies: bulk data extraction; cleansing; enrichment; and visualisation, through a single cloud platform enabling users with detailed data to make more informed decisions. Rosslyn’s RAPid platform is the Group’s primary product available to its multinational customers. Rosslyn Data Technologies plc is the ultimate holding company of the Group and owns Rosslyn Analytics Limited and Integritie Ltd.

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