Morgan Sindall Group appoints new Finance Director

Morgan Sindall Group has appointed Steve Crummett as Finance Director, the UK construction group said Thursday.

Morgan Sindall Group has appointed Steve Crummett as Finance Director, the UK construction group said Thursday.

Crummett will start work in late February following the retirement of David Mulligan who spent 15 years at the company.

Mulligan will leave the firm in April after a handover period.

Crummett was the group finance director at Filtrona from 2008. Crummett, who is a non-executive director of Consort Medical, has also held senior positions at Exel, Mckechnie and Logica.

Chairman, Adrian Martin, said: "On behalf of the board I would like to thank David Mulligan for his significant contribution and commitment to Morgan Sindall over the past fifteen years. In his time with us, David has been instrumental in developing strong reporting disciplines and controls and has been a collaborative and supportive member of the team.

"I am delighted that we have recruited a person of Steve Crummett's calibre as finance director. He has gained substantial and wide-ranging experience across a number of businesses and has valuable and significant skills which are relevant to Morgan Sindall as the business continues to focus on growth opportunities for the medium to longer-term."

RD

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