Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Nottinghamshire construction firm welcomes new company secretary  

Nottinghamshire-headquartered construction firm nmcn plc has appointed Richard Monro as company secretary, with effect from September 2020.

Richard Monro brings over 30 years of construction experience, having previously worked at Redlands Plc, Marshalls Plc and most recently SIG Plc, where he was Group Company Secretary for 15 years.

Richard will be responsible for ensuring best corporate governance practices and efficient administration and will support the strategy and operation of the main board with an in-depth understanding of law, finance and policy as Company Secretary.

In his previous roles, Richard has been accountable for health & safety and environment, pensions, group insurance programmes and compliance functions including UK Stock Exchange Listing Rules and GDPR.

Richard said: “nmcn is a company well known across the country for its contributions to the built environment and water sectors, so I’m really pleased to be joining them.

“I’ll be assisting the main board to achieve their goals and ambitions for the future, and will ensure continued compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements. I’m looking forward to learning more about nmcn’s impressive sustainability strategy, financial performance and operational aspects to support future growth opportunities.”

nmcn chairman, Robert Moyle, added: “I’m delighted to welcome Richard to nmcn, he will no doubt be an important voice at our board meetings. We look forward to the benefit of his insight, experience and forward-thinking approach.

“Richard will work closely alongside the board members, with a focus on maintaining high standards of business integrity, ethical values and professionalism.”

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