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Morgan Sindall finance director set to leave

Morgan Sindall’s finance director David Mulligan has resigned, to be replaced by former Filtrona finance director Steve Crummett.

In a trading update to the City this morning, Morgan Sindall said Mr Mulligan had told them that after 15 years with the group, he wished to “pursue new challenges” and will leave on 10 April after a handover period with Mr Crummett.

Mr Crummett has been FD at the product supplier Filtrona since 2008 and the chartered accountant had previously worked with Exel plc, Mckechnie plc and Logica plc.

Morgan Sindall 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.”

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