EOH’s Megan Pydigadu has resigned from the FD role to take on a new role at a large South African company.
EOH has announced the resignation of its group FD Megan Pydigadu to take up a position at a large South African company.
“My decision to leave the EOH has not been an easy one, we have all as a team walked some very hard yards restructuring EOH over the past few years, culminating in the recent successful capital raise,” Megan says.
She has committed to closing out the 2023 financial year-end audit and will step down at the end of October.
The board of EOH has started the process to identify an appropriate replacement for Megan. “As the company transitions into a new growth phase, it is a good opportunity to bring fresh thinking and energy into the financial portfolio to see EOH through this next chapter,” Megan explains.
CEO Stephen van Coller also commented on Megan’s departure, stating that she played a crucial role in rescuing EOH from the position it was in when she joined over four years ago. “Her support, exemplary leadership and hard work during this journey have been invaluable. We thank Megan for her contribution and wish her well in her future endeavours.”
Megan adds that she looks forward to her own new challenge, but is fully committed to working alongside the team to facilitate a “seamless transition in the finance function and group leadership”.