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Martin Finegold steps down as non-executive director of Kensington

Kensington Group announces that Martin Finegold has stepped down as a non-executive director of the board of the company with effect from November 29 2004.

He says he will be pursuing other business interests.

Finegold founded the company in 1994, and he has been a non-executive director of Kensington since the company floated on the London Stock Exchange four years ago.

Kensington Chairman Peter Birch says: “He has made a very significant contribution in building Kensington into the successful company that it is today.”

Finegold says: “Kensington is a great company and it has been a privilege to work there. It has grown very strongly and has significant potential for further growth as it continues to benefit from operating in a dynamic and specialist market. As a committed long term stakeholder, I am looking forward to its future success.”

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