AssetCo Fire and Rescue appoints Scott Brown as CFO

by Rachael Singh

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04 Oct 2010

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Scott Brown takes the CFO role at international fire and rescue business AssetCo Fire and Rescue.

Brown succeeds Frank Flynn who steps down as part of the business' long term succession planning.

Prior to its acquisition by Parexel, a clinical trial services business, Brown was CFO at Clinphone latterly becoming corporate vice president of Parexel.

Tim Wightman, chairman of AssetCo Fire and Rescue, thanked Flynn for his contribution to the business since his appointment in 2005. He also welcomed Brown to the board noting his experience of financial management of an international company.

Further reading:

Catlin Group CFO takes non-exec role at Chaucer

Daily Mail FD makes way for Dow Jones man

HSBC FD Flint confirmed as chairman

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