APR ENERGY is seeking a new CFO following the present incumbent Andrew Martinez’s decision to step down.
Martinez will remain in-post until 1 September, when he will hand over to the successful candidate.
During that time, he will ensure the delivery of the first half results, which remain scheduled for publication on 27 August. Lee Munro, currently the company’s senior vice president of strategy and systems, will take on the role of interim CFO of the Company until a permanent successor is appointed.
Chairman Michael Fairey said: “We appreciate all of Andrew’s hard work with the company and we wish him the best in his future career. Also, we welcome Lee to his new role and thank him, in advance, for helping to fill this important position. Lee brings with him a strong financial background and a deep understanding of our organisation and what is required to drive our continued success.
“Prior to his time at APR Energy, Lee spent 11 years with General Electric in progressively senior financial leadership roles. During his time at GE, he held roles in which he was responsible for audit, financial planning and strategy for a $1bn (£590m) business and was CEO of GE’s eastern European operations group.”
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