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Cleantech Building Materials: Board change and appointment of new Chief Financial Officer – GlobeNewswire (press release)


29 September 2017
                                                                           

CLEANTECH BUILDING MATERIALS PLC, NASDAQ FIRST NORTH, COPENHAGEN

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Cleantech Building Materials plc

Board change and appointment of new Chief Financial Officer

Cleantech Building Materials plc (“CBM” or the “Company”) announces the following change to the composition of its Board of Directors.

Jonathan Sumner, Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”), has today resigned as a Director of the Company for personal reasons which have nothing to do with the Company.

The Board is also delighted to announce the appointment of Dwight Zou as the new CFO of CBM. Dwight has enjoyed a career spanning over 20 years which has included auditing, finance, planning, controlling and M&A project management in a number of global chemical companies, including BASF and Solvay.

Dwight will be based in Shanghai where he will be a part of our key management team leading the development of the CBM business. Dwight is not joining the CBM board at the current time.

Paul Richards, Chairman of CBM, said: “We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dwight Zou as CFO of the Company. Dwight brings invaluable industry expertise and a wealth of experience to the team.”

THE DIRECTORS OF CLEANTECH BUILDING MATERIALS PLC ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE CONTENTS OF THIS ANNOUNCEMENT

Further information may be found at the Company’s website at www.cbm-plc.com

For further information, please contact:

Cleantech Building Materials plc
Adrian Wyn-Griffiths

 

info@cbm-plc.com
+44 20 3053 8671

 

   
Keswick Global AG (Certified Adviser) info@keswickglobal.com 
+43 1 740 408045

 

IFC Advisory Limited (Financial PR)
Tim Metcalfe
Miles Nolan
Heather Armstrong
+44 20 3053 8671

The information communicated in this announcement is “inside information” for the purposes of article 7 of the Market Abuse Regulation 596/2014.

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