Anpario, the independent manufacturer of natural sustainable animal feed additives for health, nutrition and biosecurity is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew Robinson as a Non-Executive Director of the Company with effect from 11 January 2021.
Matthew Robinson has spent much of his career working with and advising growth companies and is currently Non-Executive Chairman of AIM listed Goldplat plc. Matthew started his career as a Chartered Accountant and was previously a Corporate Finance Director at finnCap and Panmure Gordon.
Peter Lawrence, Chairman, said;
“We are delighted Matthew will be joining the Board as a Non-Executive Director bringing significant regulatory and corporate governance experience as well as having a good understanding of the Company. Matthew’s appointment is part of a Board succession plan with additional updates expected in the run up to the next AGM in June. The Board strengthening reflects our focus on strong corporate governance and will help support the global growth plans of the Company.”
The following information is disclosed in accordance with Rule 17 and paragraph (g) of Schedule 2 of the AIM Rules for Companies:
Matthew Seymour Robinson (aged 61) holds or has held the following directorships or partnerships in the past five years:
Goldplat plc - Non-Executive Chairman
Windmill Hill Capital Partners Limited - Director
FPIA Partners (UK) Limited - Director
Peel Systems Ltd - Director
Blue Lias Technologies plc2
1Viavenue Limited was dissolved via voluntary strike-off on 22 December 2020.
2Matthew Robinson was appointed a director of Blue Lias Technologies plc on 1 July 2017 at a time when the company was contemplating seeking admission to trading on AIM. The company was a non-trading holding company for a South African development-stage technology company. Matthew Robinson was a director of Blue Lias Technologies plc until 14 June 2019. On 25 November 2020 a court order to wind up Blue Lias Technologies plc completed.
Matthew Robinson resigned as a director of Boxman UK Ltd on 31 May 2000. On 30 October 2000 the company was placed into creditors voluntary liquidation; the liquidation was concluded and the company struck off on 6 December 2007.
Matthew Robinson resigned as a director of Boxman.com plc on 22 November 1999 and subsequently as Company Secretary on 25 June 2002. Boxman.com plc entered a Company Voluntary Arrangement on 3 January 2001 that was later revised on 17 May 2002. On 10 July 2002, Boxman.com plc changed its name to Westchester Holdings Limited.
There is no further information required to be disclosed under Rule 17 or Schedule 2(g) of the AIM Rules for Companies.