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Two directors to retire from Deltex Medical Group

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Staff writer | Chichester, United Kingdom | April 14, 2014
Deltex Medical GroupApril 14, 2014, Chichester, United Kingdom - Deltex Medical Group plc announced the proposed appointment of two non-executive directors, Timothy Norris Irish and Timothy Norris Irish, shortly after the AGM on May 7, 2014.
Mr. Irish has almost 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry, both in the UK and internationally. Having been global head of marketing and strategy for Phillips Medical and a Vice President for GE Medical in Europe.

More recently Mr. Irish was Chairman of the Dutch company BMEYE BV. For the last eight years he has held numerous Board roles, primarily for European Venture Capital backed technology businesses.

Mr. Irish is a Partner with Allen & Overy LLP and has significant experience advising international companies on their strategic transactions, including advising at Board level. His experience includes public and private M&A, business reorganisations, complex joint ventures and demergers. He is qualified as a lawyer in both the UK and the U.S.

The company also announced that Vice-Chairman Ed Snape and Sir Duncan Nichol have both announced their intention to retire from the Board as non-executive directors, effective as of the close of the AGM on May 7, and after publication of the Interim Results Statement in September 2014, respectively.

Mr. Snape has been connected with Deltex Medical for over ten years and vice-chairman since 1999. He is currently a director of Myconostica Limited and Lab 21 Limited.

Sir Duncan has been an influential figure in the provision of acute health services in the UK throughout his career. He worked for the NHS for nearly 30 years in a number of senior management roles and was Chief Executive from 1989 to 1994.

Sir Duncan is also currently a non-executive director of Synergy Healthcare plc, the AIM listed provider of healthcare support services to the NHS and, from 1994 to 2002, he was a non-executive director of BUPA.

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