Chair of Gresham House Strategic trust David Potter to leave firm

Strategic review announced

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A process to identify a successor has already commenced
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A process to identify a successor has already commenced

David Potter, chair of the Gresham House Strategic investment trust (GHS), has announced that he will be retiring from the board and will not be standing for re-election at the forthcoming annual general meeting (AGM) in September.

A process to identify a successor has already commenced. This comes following a call from Gresham House, which is a major shareholder of GHS, for an extraordinary general meeting, in which the shareholders of GHS will consider six potential resolutions: to remove Potter from GHS with immediate effect; to appoint either Jeston Na Nakhorn, Helen Sinclair or Kenneth Lever into varying senior roles; to undertake a review of the strategy of GHS or to remove any appointee of GHS's board between the date of requisition and the conclusion of the EGM as a director. In addition, Gresham House h...

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