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MITIE Group names Ruby McGregor-Smith CEO, succeeding Ian Stewart

Wed, 31st Jan 2007 11:14


LONDON (AFX) - Support services company MITIE Group PLC said it has appoin
ted Ruby McGregor-Smith as chief executive, succeeding Ian Stewart, with effect from March 30.

The company said Stewart will retire from his executive position to assume the role of non-executive deputy chairman.

McGregor-Smith joined the board as finance director in December 2002 and was promoted to its chief operating officer in September 2005.



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