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THG appoints Sue Farr as non-executive director

THG has appointed Sue Farr as a senior independent director with immediate effect. An experienced FTSE 100, 250, Small Cap and AIM board member, she has… View Article

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THG appoints Sue Farr as non-executive director

THG has appointed Sue Farr as a senior independent director with immediate effect.

An experienced FTSE 100, 250, Small Cap and AIM board member, she has worked for 16 years in various non-executive director roles following a prior career in media, advertising and marketing.

Farr is currently a non-executive director at British American Tobacco, Lookers and Helical and Accsys Technologies. However. she will be stepping down from her role at Accsys at the company’s forthcoming AGM after serving for nine years.

Her past roles also include non-executive directorships at Dairy Crest and Millennium & Copthorne Hotels.

Charles Allen, independent chair of THG, said: “I am delighted that we have been able to attract someone of the calibre of Sue Farr, who has had an impressive executive career across a number of consumer, media and marketing businesses, and has since gone on to demonstrate her skills as an experienced senior independent director and committee chair.

“Building on the progress made over the last 12 months, this appointment is consistent with the board’s stated intention to continue to improve corporate governance and enhance its composition by improving independence and diversity. The board and I look forward to working with Sue and benefiting from her knowledge, skills and experience.”

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