SDX Energy, the MENA-focused oil and gas company, announced the appointment of Catherine Stalker as independent non-executive director effective 6 February 2020.
Stalker is an experienced non-executive director and consultant to the boards of FTSE companies, public sector bodies, regulators, pension funds and not-for-profits.
She started her career at the Bank of England in 1991. From 1995-2007, she worked at PwC in Moscow and Berlin, heading the HR consulting practice. She is currently a partner at Independent Audit Limited, a leading board evaluation firm with offices in London, Brussels and Dublin. She sits on the boards of two subsidiaries of DTEK, a Dutch energy company with vertically integrated assets in Ukraine. She is also a non-executive director on the Board of the Ukrainian retail bank, PUMB.
Stalker holds an MSc from the London School of Economics in International Political Economy and a BA (Honours) from Heriot Watt University in Russian and French.
Michael Doyle Non-Executive Chairman of SDX said: "Following an extensive process, I am delighted that Catherine has joined the Board as an independent non-executive Director. Her experience on Boards and in the fields of governance and energy will be invaluable to us as we drive the business forward in what is due to be a particularly busy year with the drill bit."