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Smiths Group CFO Chris O'Shea Steps Down

Smiths Group Plc (SMIN.L) Friday said its CFO Chris O'Shea will be leaving to pursue career outside the Group. The company assigned Bill Seeger, non-executive director and chair of the audit committee as interim chief financial officer.

Chris will continue to be available for a period of up to 6 months to ensure a smooth handover. Mark Seligman, non-executive director will be new chair of the Audit Committee.

Bill Seeger has been with Smiths since May 2014 as a Non-Executive Director. The Board has now commenced a search for a new CFO.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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