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Board of Directors

The Rotala PLC Board of Directors consists of the following key personnel

Non Executive Chairman

John Gunn
Aged 79, director of and/or investor in a portfolio of quoted and unquoted companies. He was formerly chief executive officer of Exco International plc, and chairman of Telerate Inc and of British & Commonwealth Holdings plc.

Executive Directors

Simon Dunn, Chief Executive
Aged 44, has operational responsibility for all the business of the group. He has been employed in the transport industry for 27 years, all of his working life.

Kim Taylor, Group Finance Director
Aged 65, qualified as a chartered accountant with KPMG. Formerly Group Finance Director of Exco Plc, Intercapital plc and Prebon Group Limited.

Bob Dunn, Managing Director - North West
Aged 66, has 50 years' experience of the transport sector, both in private and AIM-listed businesses. Bob founded and became Chief Executive of Dunn-Line plc, which was AIM-listed until its sale to Veolia in 2006.

Independant Non Executive Directors

Graham Spooner
Aged 67, an experienced Deputy Chairman, and a corporate finance adviser authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. He currently works as a consultant providing strategic and corporate governance advice, project management, and independent director services to smaller companies.

Graham Peacock
Aged 70, Mr. Peacock, is currently or has previously been a director or partner of a number of Companies for the last 7 years. He has significant expertise in the transport services sector and was previously Chief Executive Officer and a substantial shareholder of MRH (GB) Limited, the UK's largest independent owner and operator of petrol stations in the UK. Mr. Peacock brings invaluable experience to the Company in executing its strategy of organic and acquisitive growth.

Information updated January 2021.