Manolete Partners Appoints Former PwC Partner to Board of Directors

UK-based Manolete Partners (MANO) has appointed the former PwC Director, Annie Devoy, as an independent Director and Chair of the Audit Committee since Jan. 5, 2022.

The insolvency litigation financing company also says Lee Manning, who has been an independent Non-Executive Director and Chair of Manolete’s Audit Committee since November 2018, is stepping down from the Board from the same date.

As a qualified Chartered Accountant, Annie Devoy joined the professional services firm PwC in 1985, specialising in international tax matters, and became a partner of the firm in 2002 before retiring from PwC in 2020.

Steven Cooklin, Chief Executive Officer of Manolete Partners, said: “We are delighted to have appointed Annie to the Board.  She will bring a vast amount of experience to our governance and, in particular, to the Audit Committee’s oversight of our risk and financial controls.”

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