SOLID STATE, the AIM listed electronics supplier, has announced that Mark Nutter has stepped down from his role as group financial director with immediate effect, less than a year after taking the role.
The accounting veteran joined the electronics supplier in October 2015, taking over from former FD Peter Haining.
Nutter has over 14 years’ experience as a chartered accountant within a variety of finance roles and joined the company from Delphi Automotive, where he served as UK FD.
The former E.ON UK employee started his career at Deloitte as an assistant manager in the Big Four’s assurance and advisory department, and went on to work in a number of finance roles at National Grid, PwC, E.ON UK and automotive company Delphi.
Tony Frere, chairman of Solid State, commented: “We are grateful to Mark for his contribution and wish him the very best for the future.”
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