David Seligman, CFO of Nur Macroprinters, Announces His Resignation
Press release from the issuing company
LOD, Israel--Sept. 15, 2005-- NUR Macroprinters Ltd. announced that David Seligman has resigned from his position as Chief Financial Officer to pursue personal interests. The resignation will be effective October 14, 2005. The Company has hired a new Chief Financial Officer, who is expected to start on November 15, 2005, at which point the appointment will be formally announced. David Amir, President and CEO of NUR will serve as Acting CFO from October 15, 2005 until November 14, 2005.
David Seligman, said, "I've been with NUR for two years and I have very much enjoyed working with a company which has such potential. Over the past few months, together with the rest of management, I have worked very hard to improve the financial stability of the company to ensure long term growth. I believe that at this point, with the signing of the agreements regarding a new investment and restructuring of NUR's bank debt, NUR is back on the right track to success and it is time for me to move on."
David Amir, CEO of NUR Macroprinters said, "David has been an invaluable asset to our company over the particularly difficult recent period. We wish David the best of luck in his future endeavors and thank him for the very valuable work he has done for the company."
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