A BP DIVISIONAL FD has joined the board of construction group Interserve as a non-executive director.
Anne Fahy, chief financial officer of BP's global fuels business, joins the board with effect from 1 January 2013.
Fahy is a chartered accountant having trained and worked at KPMG in Ireland and Australia before joining BP in 1988.
Lord Blackwell, chairman of Interserve, said: 'We are delighted that Anne will be joining the Board. Her experience in global business, especially in developing markets, and of the control and risk environment for major investments is particularly relevant to Interserve as we continue to grow and develop the business internationally.'
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