Lombard Risk Management CFO resigns
Paul Tuson steps down as company begins search for replacement
By CFO World staff | CFO UK | Published 11:00, 13 February 14
Lombard Risk Management CFO Paul Tuson has resigned with immediate effect.
Tuson will remain with the financial services company for a period of up to three months in order to ensure an orderly handover of responsibilities. His successor has not been named so far.
In a statement, Lombard Risk Management said: "We will be announcing a replacement in due course, as soon as an appropriate candidate has been identified."
Prior to joining Lombard, Tuson was finance director for Aspire Technology that was sold to Synnex Corporation. He has also served as CFO of three AiM-quoted companies. Tuson qualified as a chartered accountant with KPMG.
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