The chief financial officer of Aston Villa has left the club in the latest boardroom shake up.
Robin Russell joined Villa in 2006 shortly after Randy Lerner took control of the club and also stepped in as interim chief executive following the departure of Paul Faulkner in summer 2014.
He performed the role up to the appointment of incumbent Tom Fox later that same year.
Aston Villa have made no official announcement or comment on the departure of Mr Russell who was also company secretary and it is not clear what he is doing next or who will replace him.
Documents were filed with Companies House earlier this month to confirm he stepped down from the roles on February 11.
Mr Hollis is the former Midlands regional chairman of financial services firm KPMG and currently vice-chairman of the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership.
Mr King was the governor of the Bank of England for ten years until 2013 and is a lifelong Aston Villa fan.