Professional services provider Charles Taylor has appointed Tito Soso as its new Group Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director with immediate effect. David Marock, Group Chief Executive of Charles Taylor, said: "We are very pleased to have Tito on board. His breadth of knowledge across different industry sectors and strategic insight will be of immense value as we implement our strategic plan for growth." Soso, who is aged 46, was most recently a Managing Director at Investcorp, which provides and manages alternative investment products. He also held a senior role in corporate finance in the UK and Eastern Europe for a global industrial business.
2 Oct '12
Charles Taylor, which provides professional services to clients in the global insurance market, has appointed Tito Soso as Interim Group Chief Financial Officer to replace George Fitzsimons, who as previously announced will be stepping down as an Executive Director and as Group Finance Director at the end of October. Soso joined the firm on Monday to ensure a smooth transition. The company is continuing to search for a permanent replacement. Soso, aged 45, was most recently a Managing Director in Investcorp's European Investment team where he was responsible for leading private equity transactions across Europe. In this role he held non-executive director and acting Chief Financial Officer positions in a variety of portfolio companies. David Marock, Group Chief Executive said: "Tito has extensive experience in both permanent and interim senior financial officer roles and we are very pleased to welcome him to the group. "His breadth of knowledge across different industry sectors and strategic insight will be of immense value as we implement our strategic plan for growth. We remain committed to finding a permanent Group Chief Financial Officer to help drive the business forward and will update the market in due course
14 Sep '12
me too,thankyoo..(rec p.),,,
14 Sep '12
Charles Taylor is a complex business and management is only starting to realise the benefits of more cross selling and marketing initiatives, so there should be more to come. Likewise the share price - supported by a nice dividend yield - is starting to make progress, but should continue to rise as the recovery story gains credibility.......as always dyor gl all.......
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