Miranda Curtis to step down from Marks & Spencer board
Miranda Curtis is to step down from the board of Marks & Spencer at the end of her second three-year term on 1 February 2018. The news follows her recent appointment as lead non-executive director of The Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Since her appointment to the M&S board in 2012, Curtis has served on the remuneration, audit and nomination committees.
Robert Swannell, chairman of M&S, said: "We are delighted that Miranda will be with us until the end of her second term in February 2018. I would like to take this opportunity to thank her for her significant contributions to the M&S board and its committees over the last six years. Her experience, challenge and insights have been invaluable. We wish her well in her new role at the FCO".
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