Amino Technologies chairman Keith Todd to retire after AGM in May

10:07 25/03/2019
StockMarketWire.com - Amino Technologies said Keith Todd would retire as Non-Executive Chairman following the conclusion of its annual general meeting on 27 March 2019.

Mr Todd would be succeeded as Non-Executive Chairman by Karen Bach, who had served as a Non-Executive Director of the company since February 2016.

'Karen Bach brings significant software management expertise and experience in building growth businesses. Karen has held C-suite roles at listed businesses including Advanced Computer Software plc, IXEurope plc and Kewill plc. Karen is currently COO of KRM22 Plc and a Non-Executive Director of Escape Hunt plc.

Karen wiykd be stepping down from her role as Independent Non-Executive Chairman of IXCellerate on 31 March after nearly seven years in the role,' the company said.

Amino also announced the appointment of two additional Non-Executive Directors. Steve Vaughan had been appointed to the Board as a Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee. Erika Schraner had been appointed to the Board as a Non-Executive Director and joined the Audit Committee and Nomination Committee.

At 10:07am: (LON:AMO) Amino Technologies PLC share price was +0.5p at 81.5p



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