INM “non-compliant” with governance rules

Annual report reveals two non-executive directors cannot be considered independent

28th April, 2017
INM chairman Leslie Buckley and chief executive Robert Pitt Pic: Fergal Phillips

Independent News & Media (INM) said it is committed to the highest standards of corporate governance as the newspaper publisher revealed that two of its non-executive directors could not be considered independent.

In its annual report released this evening, the company said that Triona Mullane and Allan Marshall could no longer be considered independent as they had provided services to INM.

It said that Marshall, through a company called Computercall UK, provided services to INM...

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