SouthWestfd increases presence with two new recruits

by Kevin Reed

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25 Feb 2014

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SOUTHWESTFD has appointed two new associate directors, Steve Moncur and John Fowler, to increase the company's presence in South Wales, Gloucestershire and Bristol region.

The part-time FD support provider now has 16 associates to provide to clients. Moncur has served in FD, MD and operations roles, mainly in high-tech companies - and has also been involved in sourcing products from contract manufacturers around the world. Fowler is a chartered accountant who has worked in the automotive logistics sector for major motor manufacturers.

Jerry Davison, SouthWestfd managing director, said: "We conduct rigorous recruitment processes to ensure that we not only take on the most highly qualified and experienced finance directors, but they must have the right qualities in order to work closely with our clients and maintain the SouthWestfd brand."

Steve Moncur said: "I was delighted to be accepted into the SouthWestfd's team of widely recognised professionals and to be part of this forward thinking and organisation. I hope to use my experience in hi-tech manufacturing and international trading to assist businesses in moving forward."

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