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WH Ireland names ex-Lehmans man as finance director

WH Ireland names ex-Lehmans man as finance director

WH Ireland has hired Dan Cowland as finance director, replacing Alan Kershaw who left the group at the end of last month.

Cowland joins from Shore Capital Stockbrokers where he carried out a similar role. He has also previously worked at Macquarie Bank and Lehman Brothers.

WH Ireland chief executive Richard Killingbeck (pictured) said: ‘I am very pleased to welcome Dan to WH Ireland's  oard. Dan will work closely with myself to deliver our strategic ambitions and will help bring greater focus and rigour to the financial management of the company.’  

 

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