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By | Paul Kunert 9th December 2011 12:01

Northamber money boss Lee resigns after seven months

Finance director 'fell out with chairman'

Northamber has split with director of finance Nick Lee just seven months after he stepped into the role, The Register can confirm.

Lee joined Chessington-based distie Northamber in June after parting with former employer Avnet Tehcnology Solutions where he was chief UK bean counter. Prior to that he was CFO at Bell Microproducts.

Phone enquiries to Northamber confirmed Lee had left the business; the company's switchboard is directing calls for him to Siva Yoganathan, head of finance at the firm.

Sources claimed Lee had fallen out with chairman David Phillips and decided to resign. Northamber and Lee were unavailable to comment at the time of going to press. ®

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