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Redstone Says CFO Peter Hallett Gives Notice Of His Resignation

Redstone Plc. (RED.L) announced that after the successful completion of demerger, Peter Hallett, Chief Financial Officer of the Company, has given notice of his resignation in order to pursue new professional challenges. The company said that Peter has a twelve-month notice period and will remain as Chief Financial Officer of the Company until a successor has been recruited.

Peter has been with the business for over four years and has successfully completed the restructuring of Redstone plc and the demerger and flotation of Redcentric plc.

The company stated that Peter joined the Redstone Board in 2009 having worked closely with the business as a consultant on behalf of its bank since 2008 as a highly experienced interim and turnaround specialist.

by RTT Staff Writer

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