RTC Group announces resignation of Group Finance Director

RTC Group said Thursday Group Finance Director, Andrew Bailey, will step down after nine years with the company.

RTC Group said Thursday Group Finance Director, Andrew Bailey, will step down after nine years with the company.

The recruitment and conferencing group appointed Sarah Dye as his successor and she will take over on February 4th.

"The RTC board would like to thank Andrew for his significant contribution to the company and wish him well for the future," RTC said in a statement.

Dye joins RTC from Staffline Group, a UK recruitment businesses where she was Group Financial Controller.

Her finance career spans across companies including Allied Domecq Plc, The Boots Company Plc and Nottingham Trent University in the UK. She also spent five years as Audit Manager in the Office of the Auditor-General of Audit New Zealand.

"RTC Group's [Chief Executive Officer] Andy Pendlebury, believes that Sarah's experience of handling large volume recruitment activities will be of significant value to the RTC Group as it continues with its aggressive growth plans."

RD

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