Mann steps into interim finance role at Air Partner

Air Partner has appointed Chris Mann as interim chief financial officer. 
The company’s former chief financial officer, Neil Morris, resigned after the UK charter broker revealed an accounting error related to the collection of receivables from customers for uncollected amounts since the 2010/11 financial year.
Mann is a chartered accountant who has worked in finance positions at senior level within a range of listed and private companies, most recently with KONE Corp and Gatwick Airport Ltd.
Mann will remain with the company until a permanent chief financial officer is appointed in due course. He will not be a director of the company, nor a member of the board. Air Partner has engaged an executive search firm to assist in the search for a permanent chief financial officer.  

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