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Financial Times: Nick Land joins Shell as non-exec

By Ruth Sullivan
Published: March 10 2006 02:00 | Last updated: March 10 2006 02:00
Royal Dutch Shell's board intends to propose Nick Land as a non-executive director at the annual meeting on May 16.
He would replace Sir Peter Burt, who is retiring.
Mr Land has been chairman and chief executive of Ernst & Young, the accountancy firm, since 1995.
The oil company issued a statement saying Ernst & Young was not its external auditor but rendered some non-audit services to Royal Dutch Shell companies on an annual basis.
It added: “Nick Land had no involvement in these services and will step down from all positions at Ernst & Young upon joining the board of the company.”

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