Alphatec Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: ATEC) announced that Beth Altman, past Handling Partner at KPMG LLP San Diego, has been picked as an autonomous director to its Panel of Directors and as Chairman of the Inspection Group of the Panel, with both engagements to be operative as of August 12, 2021.
The company announced the letter of resignation of Donald A. Williams
The company also announced the letter of resignation of Donald A. Williams as an autonomous director and Chair of the Inspection Group of the Panel and participant of its Investment Group, with such notices operative as of August 11, 2021.
An inspection partner for over 26 years with KPMG US, and the past Managing Partner of the firm’s 300-person San Diego workplace, Altman brings a treasure of life discipline, customer markets, and expertise segment know-how. She has functioned as a principal partner for many transnational public customers. Altman also functioned on the panel of Allscripts and CV Sciences and was beforehand on the panel of the Corporate Directors Forum, a nonprofit group absorbed in facilitating Directors build more operative panels through ongoing education and peer interacting.
“We are pleased to accept Beth to the ATEC Panel,” said Pat Miles, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer. “Her scope of corporate, bookkeeping and economics vision and her craving for life discipline skills will be vital as ATEC endures its expansion into a foremost backbone business. We would also like to acknowledge Don, one of ATEC’s longest-standing Panel members, for his leadership and backing through our continuing business alteration.”
Bright Scholar Education Holdngs Ltd-ADR (NYSE: BEDU) to buy senior notes of up to US$30 million
Bright Scholar Education Holdngs Ltd-ADR (NYSE: BEDU) announced that its panel of directors has given the go-ahead to the management to repurchase its senior notes registered on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange an amassed sum of up to US$30 million.
“We are content that the Panel has authorized this suite as our commitment indicates a very striking venture opening,” said Jerry He, Executive Vice Chairman of Bright Scholar. “This suite validates the panel’s buoyancy in our trade model, our robust monetary situation and the maintainable reinforce of our free cash movement. We will power the repurchase package to enhance our debt edifice while upholding fluidity to sustenance our long-term trade development.”
Under the package, Bright Scholar may buy obligation from time to time in acquiescence with rules and other legal necessities and subject to market circumstances and other issues. The repurchase package does not hold any exact restrictions and may be adjourned or ended at any time.