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Nasmyth appoints Paul Jones as Group CFO (Designate)

Posted 9 November 2017 · Add Comment

Nasmyth Group today announced the appointment of Paul Jones as Group Chief Financial Officer (Designate), who will be working alongside Group Finance Director Maurice Edmonds.

Paul (right) will be based at the company’ headquarters in Coventry. His appointment marks an important milestone for the Nasmyth Group as it enters the next stage of its development and continues its global market expansion.  Paul will be based at the company’ headquarters in Coventry.
 
A qualified Chartered Accountant, Paul brings a wealth of experience within the corporate sector. This includes over 15 years of work in Aerospace with senior positions held across FTSE 100 and mid cap companies. Latterly, Paul was Director of Finance for GKN’s Aerospace division which has operations worldwide. In addition to his specialist financial expertise, Paul also has global market experience having worked in New Zealand, the United States and Europe.
    

Peter Smith, Chairman and CEO of the Nasmyth Group said: “I am delighted that Paul is joining Nasmyth. His expertise in finance, strong track record in Aerospace, and experience across global markets will be invaluable addition as we continue to develop our international presence as one of the leading precision engineering companies in the world. We warmly welcome Paul to Nasmyth Group.”

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