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More Director Appointments at Serco to Guide Firm's Ethics

07 March 2014 | Updated 01 January 1970
 
Following last week’s appointment of Rupert Soames as CEO, Serco Group plc (Serco), the international service company, has appointed Mike Clasper, Tamara Ingram and Rachel Lomax, as non-executive directors. 

In addition, Rachel Lomax will become Chair of the Corporate Responsibility Committee.  This new committee will have responsibility for the ethical and governance oversight of the Group (which has been questioned at the highest level on its ethics, causing a major share price drop) as well as consideration of health and safety, environmental and risk policy management.

Alastair Lyons, non-executive Chairman (pictured), said: "We have secured the services of three individuals who bring a broad range of skills and experience to complement Serco's current non-executive directors. Each has a great track record in their particular field of expertise and will add much to the debate around our board table."

Article written by Mike Gannon | Published 07 March 2014

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