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Marshall looks for new Chair

Posted 2 February 2024

Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Ltd has announced that Jonathan Flint CBE, FREng, FinstP has decided to retire as Chairman of the Board of Directors at the end of March 2024 to pursue other interests and has begun the process of appointing a new Chair.

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Jonathan was appointed to the Board on 1st March 2019 as a non-executive director and became Chair in June 2022.

Julie Baddeley, Senior Independent Director, said “Jonathan has brought a wealth of aerospace experience to Marshall during his time on the Board and has led the formulation of our new five-year strategic plan. The Board wishes him well and thanks him for his enormous contribution and service.”

Jonathan Flint commented: “I have greatly enjoyed my five years on the Marshall Board, including two years as Chair. Marshall is a company with leading positions in its industries and has a great future as it continues to progress against its five year strategy and build value for all shareholders.”

Julie Baddeley, working closely with the Board and major shareholders, will lead the process to appoint a new Chair, with further announcements to be made in due course.

Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Ltd, provides engineering expertise for the aerospace, defence and logistics industries and Cambridge property development.



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