David Singleton - SUPERIOR IND Non-Executive Independent Director


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Mr. David Singleton is NonExecutive Independent Director of the Company. Dave spent 25 years with Reebok International Limited. He stepped down in April 2007 having assisted with the successful integration of Reebok following its acquisition by adidas Group in January 2006. For eight years he was Vice President of Northern Europe Region UK and then was Senior Vice President of Europe, Middle East Africa. Dave will retire from the Board at the 2017 AGM. Dave is Chairman of Bolton Lads Girls Club and Bolton Community Leisure Trust. He is also a Trustee at Bolton Wanderers Community Trust.
Age: 60  Director Since 2007      
SUPERIOR IND INTL (SPD) is traded on Berlin Exchange in Germany and employs 15 people.


Elected by the shareholders, the SUPERIOR IND's board of directors comprises two types of representatives: SUPERIOR IND inside directors who are chosen from within the company, and outside directors, selected externally and held independent of SUPERIOR. The board's role is to monitor SUPERIOR IND's management team and ensure that shareholders' interests are well served. SUPERIOR IND's inside directors are responsible for reviewing and approving budgets prepared by upper management to implement core corporate initiatives and projects. On the other hand, SUPERIOR IND's outside directors are responsible for providing unbiased perspectives on the board's policies.
Chris Wootton, Chief Financial Officer
David Daly, Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
David Singleton, Non-Executive Independent Director
Claire Jenkins, Non-Executive Independent Director
David Brayshaw, Non-Executive Independent Director
Nicola Frampton, Non-Executive Director
David Forsey, Chief Executive, Executive Director
Cally Price, Non-Executive Workforce Director
Jonathan Kempster, CFO, Executive Director
Keith Hellawell, Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Michael Ashley, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Simon Bentley, Senior Independent Non-Executive Director
Richard Bottomley, Non-Executive Director
Cameron Olsen, IR Contact Officer
Matt Pearson, Acting CFO, Director

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