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Seeing Machines appoints Luke Oxenham as new finance chief

Oxenham had previously worked as CFO across several companies including Genworth Mortgage Insurance Australia Limited and infrastructure firm Intoll Group

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Oxenham's appointment as CFO would begin with immediate effect

Seeing Machines Limited (LON:SEE) has appointed Luke Oxenham as its new chief financial officer (CFO) with immediate effect.

Oxenham had previously worked as CFO across several companies including Genworth Mortgage Insurance Australia Limited (ASX:GMA) and infrastructure firm Intoll Group.

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He also held senior positions at toll road operator Macquarie Infrastructure Group (NYSE:MIC), as well as Deutsche Bank, National Australia Bank, and financial services group Promina.

Ken Kroeger, chief executive of Seeing Machines, said: "Luke's appointment further strengthens the experience and expertise of our senior management team, following our recent appointments of a Chief Operating Officer and General Manager of the Group's Fleet division.

He added: "Luke is an accomplished senior finance professional and brings to the CFO role at Seeing Machines a blend of commercial, financial and investor relations experience that will significantly complement the capabilities of our leadership team as we implement our growth strategy and address the substantial and growing demand that is emerging for our driver monitoring technology."

The appointment follows the first deal for the group’s aviation division in November when it clinched a contract to provide eye and face tracking sensor technologies to the Royal Australian Air Force.

In early trading Monday, Seeing Machines shares were steady around 4.9p.

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