Mark Rollins and Kirsten English will join the Board on 1 April 2015 and will each join the Board’s Audit, Remuneration and Nominations Committees. In accordance with Group policy, both Mark and Kirsten will offer themselves for election at Tyman’s Annual General Meeting to be held on Friday 15 May 2015.
Les Tench, who has served on the Board as a non-executive Director and Chairman of the Group’s Remuneration Committee since December 2009, has indicated to the Board his wish to retire and will stand down as a Director following the Annual General Meeting. Following Les’ retirement, Mark Rollins will become Chairman of the Remuneration Committee.
Commenting on the changes, Jamie Pike, Chairman of Tyman said: “I would like to welcome Mark and Kirsten to the Board of Tyman. Mark brings to the Board his recent and relevant background as CEO of a listed company with international manufacturing operations and Kirsten brings significant international and private equity experience as well as her involvement in the investor community.
“I would like to thank Les for his significant and valued contribution to the Board over the past five years and wish him well in his retirement.”
About Mark Rollins
Mark Rollins is a chartered accountant, and is presently CEO of Senior plc. He joined Senior in 1998 from Morgan Crucible plc, became Group Finance Director in 2000 and CEO in 2008. He is a non-executive director of The Vitec Group plc and was formerly a Non-Executive Director of WSP Group from 2006 to 2012. Mark will retire as CEO of Senior on 31 May 2015. He holds a first class degree in Engineering.
About Kirsten English
Kirsten English is an independent director on the Trustee Board for the Universities Superannuation Scheme Ltd. She also holds non-executive directorships at Contis Group Ltd and Birdstep Technology ASA. She was previously a Director at Terra Firma Capital Partners, Chief Executive at Grenfell PAI (fund of hedge funds) and Entrepreneur in Residence at Warburg Pincus. An Oxford graduate, Kirsten worked for 17 years at Reuters, becoming chief executive of the data provider’s Norwegian and Icelandic operations before co-founding Radianz, a provider of market infrastructure, where she was General Manager.
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