Gamma has announced the appointment of Richard Last as non-executive Chairman and Martin Lea and Alan Gibbins as non-executive directors.
Richard Last is currently non-executive Chairman of Servelec Group plc, a UK based technology company, and British Smaller Companies VCT2, a listed venture capital trust. Richard is also non-executive director of Corero, an AIM quoted IT solutions provider, and Lighthouse Group plc, an AIM quoted financial services group.
Martin Lea was most recently interim CEO of Multicom Security Group in Sweden. From 2004 – 2011, Martin was CEO of Invitel, a telecommunications group with operations in Hungary and Eastern Europe. Prior to this, he was Executive Vice President of Intertek Group, where he was global CEO of its electronic product testing division. His international experience extends across the USA, Europe and Asia.
Alan Gibbins was an Audit and Business Assurance Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP from 1985 – 2006. During this time, his responsibilities included one of the main London audit groups. More recently, Alan has been a non-executive director and Audit Committee Chairman for BlueBay Asset Management as well as being a non-executive director for a number of private companies.
Richard, Martin and Alan will join Gamma’s board alongside current executive directors Bob Falconer (CEO) and Gerard Sreeves (CFO) and non-executive directors Andrew Stone and Wu Long Peng.
Bob Falconer, Chief Executive, commented on the appointments, “We are delighted to have been able to attract three individuals with the depth of corporate and industry experience that Richard, Martin and Alan bring with them. The company has seen excellent revenue and EBITDA growth for a number of years, and the outlook is really exciting. As the scale and profile of the business continues to increase, I am sure that all three will make a valuable contribution in taking Gamma through the next phase of its corporate development.”
Richard Last, non-executive Chairman, added, “Martin, Alan and I are all very excited to have been asked to join the Board of Gamma. It is a high quality business with a great financial and operational track record and some very exciting growth plans ahead. Since becoming involved with Gamma, I have been really impressed by its market leadership, its closeness to its customers, and the quality of its culture and people.”
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