Thursday, May 28, 2020

Nottingham recruitment group appoints interim CFO to board

Staffline, the Nottingham-based recruitment and training group, has appointed Daniel Quint to its Board of Directors.

Daniel joined the Group on 17 December 2019 as Interim Chief Financial Officer. In addition to overseeing the day-to-day finance function of the Group, Daniel has driven forward the 2019 audit, the reforecasting of the operating divisions as well as the ongoing discussions with lending banks on the restructuring of the Company’s financing.

With over 10 years’ board level experience with private and public companies, Daniel also spent five years at Robert Walters plc, one of the world’s leading professional recruitment consultancies, where he held the role of Finance Director (UK, Middle East and Africa).

Most recently, Daniel was Interim CFO at AIM-listed Young & Co.’s Brewery, P.L.C. Prior to this, Daniel spent three years as CFO of SPIE UK, the leading energy, safety and environmental solutions provider.

Following his appointment to the Board, Daniel will continue in his role as Interim Chief Financial Officer.

Ian Lawson, Executive Chairman of Staffline, said: “I am delighted to welcome Daniel to the Board and believe his wealth of experience will continue to support a number of positive structural changes currently being delivered across the business. He has already made a significant contribution since joining Staffline in December and will continue to drive several important workstreams.”

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