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Enterprise FD steps up to CEO

Neil Kirkby takes another step through the ranks

Neil Kirkby, the former group finance director of the maintenance company
Enterprise,
has been promoted to chief executive.

Backed by giant private equity investors 3i, Enterprise has grown
significantly since delisting in May 2007.

The company has recently won large contracts National Grid, Severn Trent
Water and United Utilities.

Kirkby joined Enterprise as FD in 2003 and was group managing director before
this latest appointment.

Ian Nolan of 3i said: “We have been delighted with the progress made by
Enterprise since we de-listed it in 2007. This further planned evolution of the
company’s management is a key step in the process of giving the company the
management and Board structure which will help and allow it to achieve its full
potential.”

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