Purplebricks makes board appointments as it prepares to face activist investor at AGM

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Purplebricks has appointed two experienced property executives to its board as it attempts to fend off an attack from an activist investor.

Despite the appointments, demands from investor Adam Smith to remove the group’s chairman Paul Pindar are expected to be repeated at the group’s annual general meeting (AGM) later on Wednesday.

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