Dick Smith Holdings (ASX:DSH) has announced via the ASX that it has appointed Jamie Tomlinson to sit on its board of directors as its non-executive director.
In accordance with company constitution, Tomlinson will offer himself for election to the Board by shareholders during the Dick Smith annual general meeting, which will be held sometime in October this year.
Dick Smith Holdings chairman, Rob Murray, said in a statement that he was delighted to welcome Tomlinson onto the company’s board and claimed his financial and business expertise will be of value to the organisation.
Prior to taking on the non-executive director position at Dick Smith, Tomlinson was most recently chief financial officer of food and beverage company, Lion Nathan, from April 2003, and of Lion on its formation in October 2009 to March 2015.
Tomlinson also served as a non-executive director and audit and finance committee member of Little World Beverages whilst listed on the ASX (between 2005 to 2012).
“Jamie’s financial and business expertise, obtained during an extensive and diverse career at Lion Nathan, will complement our existing board composition and skillset. I look forward to Jamie making a significant contribution to the further growth of Dick Smith,” Murray said.
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