The Board of the Association of Investment Companies appoints Susie Farnon as a non-executive director with effect from 1 April 2018.
Commenting on the appointment, Rachel Beagles, Chairman of the Association of Investment Companies, said: “Susie brings significant experience as a chartered accountant and has a number of non-executive directorships of investment companies investing in alternative assets, which has been a growth area for the investment company industry. It is a pleasure to welcome Susie to the AIC Board and her expertise will be very valuable.”
Susie Farnon said: “It is a privilege to be joining the AIC Board. I have enjoyed being involved with investment companies for a long time and I very much look forward to contributing to the AIC and supporting the industry further.”
Susie Farnon is a non-executive director of Apax Global Alpha, BH Global, HICL Infrastructure, Real Estate Credit Investments and Standard Life Investments Property Income. Susie was a Banking and Finance Partner with KPMG Channel Islands from 1990 to 2001 and Head of Audit KPMG Channel Islands from 1999. She is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and has served as President of the Guernsey Society of Chartered and Certified Accountants and as Vice Chairman of The Guernsey Financial Services Commission.
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