Sir John Chisholm, the Qinetiq chairman who controversially made more than £20m from the privatisation of the government defence company, is preparing to ...
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SIR JOHN CHISHOLM, the executive who controversially made more than £20m from the privatisation of the government defence agency Qinetiq, is to step down. ...
Qinetiq yesterday refused to comment on Chisholm’s future, and it is not certain whether the group will announce his departure with its interim management statement on Tuesday.
The company may, however, say it has secured a new partner for its troubled Metrix military-training consortium. It is in talks with catering group Sodexo after its original partner, Land Securities, withdrew.
As well as his £220,000-a-year role at Qinetiq, Chisholm is chairman of the Medical Research Council.
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