– UK, Cambridge – Marshall Motor Holdings plc (AIM:MMH), announces that Christopher Sawyer will be retiring as a non executive director of MMH with effect from 23 May 2018, coinciding with his retirement as a non executive director of Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Limited at its forthcoming annual general meeting. With effect from that date, Kathy Jenkins, Group HR Director of MCH, will join the Board of MMH as a non executive director nominated by MCH.
Christopher Sawyer will also be retiring from his positions on MMH’s Audit, Remuneration and Nomination committees. Kathy Jenkins will join MMH’s Remuneration and Nomination committees and Christopher Walkinshaw, MCH’s other nominated director, will join MMH’s Audit and Nomination committees.
Peter Johnson, Chairman of MMH said: “On behalf of the MMH Board, I would like to thank Christopher for his support and contribution to the Group over the past three years since our IPO. We have enjoyed working with Christopher and we wish him well for the future. The Board welcomes Kathy and looks forward to working with her in the future”.
About Marshall Motor Holdings plc
The Group’s principal activities are the sale and repair of new and used vehicles through Marshall Motor Group. The Group’s businesses have a total of 101 franchises covering 23 brands, operating from 84 locations across 26 counties in England. In addition, the Group operates five trade parts specialists, three used car centres, five standalone body shops and one pre delivery inspection centre.
In April 2018 the Group was recognised by the Great Place to Work Institute, being ranked the 21st best place to work in the UK (large company category). This was the eighth year in succession that the Group has achieved Great Place to Work status.
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