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EQTEC appoints Tom Quigley as director

EQTECEQTEC plc, a technology solution company for waste gasification to energy projects, announces the appointment of Tom Quigley as a non-executive director.

Mr. Quigley comes from a background in investment banking, private equity and financial services where he has a successful track record of managing and executing transactions.

Mr. Quigley will also serve as a member of the Audit and Remuneration committees.

Mr. Quigley has had an executive career spanning over 25 years, mainly at board level, as Managing Director, CFO and CIO.

His executive career has included being a Managing Director of Close Brothers Corporate Finance, a Managing Director and Head of the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure sector investment banking at ING Barings, London, and a Director of Terra Firma Capital Partners.

He also currently serves as a Non-Executive Director of Grove Limited, the holding company of Barchester Healthcare a major UK care home business, a Non-Executive Director of Skipton International, a regulated bank wholly owned by the Skipton Building Society, Non-Executive Chairman of Relendex Limited, a regulated peer-to-peer secured lending business, a Non-Executive Director of the States of Jersey Development Company and Chair of the Audit Committee and as a member of the Advisory Board of UBS in Jersey, Channel Islands.

Mr. Quigley has previously been a director of EcoFinance (GLI) Limited which is owned by Altair Group Investment Limited, the Company's main secured lender.

Mr. Quigley's previous roles have given him financial and management experience working across a number of different industry sectors, including real estate, financial services, healthcare and banking, and across a number of jurisdictions.

Mr. Quigley graduated from Keble College, Oxford and is a Chartered Accountant having qualified with Price Waterhouse in London.




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