IGas has today announced a number of cost saving measures as part of an in-depth review of expenditure.
As part of this review, it was identified that certain functions within the Chief Financial Officer’s team could be restructured to reduce costs. It was proposed that the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) be made redundant and that the Group Financial Controller would take on overall responsibility for the finance function, reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, with other disciplines reporting to other members of the Executive Team.
The Board has accepted this proposal and Julian Tedder, CFO of the Company since 2015, will step down from 31 July 2020 with Frances Ward assuming responsibility from that date.
Stephen Bowler, CEO of IGas commented:
“Julian has played a key role in developing the business over recent years. He has been instrumental in strengthening the balance sheet and reducing the costs of IGas as we have adapted to changing opportunities and challenges.
I would like to thank him for the insight and dedication that he has provided during his time with us and wish him every success for the future.”
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