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    Nathan Imlach

    About Nathan

    Nathan joined Mattioli Woods in 2005, prior to the company’s admission to the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange. After 15 years as Chief Financial Officer, he stood down from the Board to take up a new role as Chief Strategic Adviser, with a focus on acquisitions and contributing to the Group’s future direction.

    Before this, Nathan gained over 15 years’ experience as a corporate finance adviser to directors of leading organisations in both the private and public sectors, gaining international experience across a wide range of transactions throughout Europe, North America and Australia.

    As well as being a chartered accountant, he holds the ICAEW’s Corporate Finance qualification and is a Chartered Fellow of the CISI.

    Outside of Mattioli Woods, Nathan is the Senior Independent Director of Mortgage Advice Bureau (Holdings) plc and a trustee of Leicester Grammar School Trust.

    Married with grown-up children, Nathan has a love of travel, music and most sports, particularly skiing and Scottish football.

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