CFO leaves AMTE, recently-floated battery cell firm

Thurso-based battery cell developer AMTE Power, which went public in March, said on Wednesday that its chief financial officer Adam Westcott has decided to leave the company to take up another role.

“AMTE Power plc, a developer and manufacturer of lithium-ion and sodium-ion battery cells for specialist markets, announces that Adam Westcott, chief financial officer has decided to leave the company to take up another role,” said AMTE Power.

“Adam will continue in his current position for the next six months and assist in an orderly hand-over once a new CFO has been appointed.”

AMTE Power CEO Kevin Brundish said: “Adam has been made an offer by another business which he wants to pursue.

“He has been instrumental to the corporate development of AMTE and especially so in the recent completion of our successful IPO.

“We are grateful to Adam and we wish him well in the future.”

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