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Ex-Egg CEO joins Edeus

Edeus has appointed ex-Egg chief executive Paul Gratton as a non-executive director to the firm.

Gratton has previously worked at Midland Bank, First Direct, Prudential and was involved with Egg from the development stage through to launch.

In February this year, Gratton resigned as CEO of Egg when the company was delisted and is now concentrating on his executive and non-executive positions within financial services.

Edeus chief executive Michael Bolton says: “Paul is an innovator. He has a proven track record, with First Direct and then with Egg, of using technology imaginatively, not as an end in itself but as a means of adding value to the consumer.”

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