Ex-holding company FD joins MWB Business Exchange

by Richard Crump

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13 Nov 2012

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SERVICED OFFICE PROVIDER MWB Business Exchange has appointed Andrew Blurton as corporate finance director with immediate effect.

Blurton was finance director of parent company MWB Group Holdings for 13 years before resigning in January 2010.

He takes immediate board responsibility for Business Exchange's corporate development as well as its finance, accounting and reporting functions. He takes over from Keval Pankhania who has resigned from the board to take a career break and spend time with his family, the company said.

John Spencer, Business Exchange's chief executive, said: "I would like to welcome Andrew to the board. He is someone I have known for more than eight years and he brings a wealth of corporate, management and finance expertise to the company."

MWB Group Holdings owns two hotel brands, Malmaison and Hotel du Vin, as well as Business Exchange.

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