migme - Board Changes
Global digital entertainment company migme (ASX:MIG) has advised of the resignations of Non-Executive Director Dmitry Levit and Chairman Howard Dawson. Both men have been directors of migme since it listed on the ASX in 2014. CEO and founder Steven Goh said they had both made a valuable contribution to the growth of the company and thanked them for their services. He said he look forward to welcoming new board members in coming months.
migme Limited (“migme” or the “Company”) advises of the resignation of Dmitry Levit as a nonexecutive Director and the intended retirement of Howard Dawson, the Company’s non-executive Chairman.
Mr Levit is resigning as a result of the demands of his other business interests, which have restricted the time he has available for his role as a non-executive Director and Chair of the Company’s Audit Committee.
Mr Levit was a founding Director of migme at the time of listing and his services to the Company during that period have been highly appreciated.
Howard Dawson, the Company’s non-executive Chairman, has indicated his intention to retire as a Director effective as of the close of business on Tuesday 31 May 2016.
Mr Dawson is also a migme founding Director and in conjunction with his role as non-executive Chairman was also chair of the Risk Committee and a member of the Audit Committee.
Mr Dawson stated that: “migme has experienced very positive growth over the past two years and it has been a pleasure being associated with the Company during that period. The resignation of Dmitry and my retirement provides the Company with the opportunity to source both new and additional Board skills to serve it well during the next phase of growth.”
Chief Executive Officer Steven Goh said: “We thank both Howard and Dmitry for their help and support during the past two years. We’re excited by the progress of the Company and with migme entering a significant new phase of growth I look forward to welcoming a new chairperson and additional board members during the coming months.”