United Utilities group FD Simon Batey is set to quit the business after six
years in the role.
Batey leaves UU on 31 July after the conclusion of its year-end and AGM, but
has not revealed his future plans.
‘He has established a firm financial foundation for the company and was the
architect of the innovative two stage rights issue which raised £1bn for
investment in the business,’ said chairman Sir Richard Evans.
Batey joined UU from project management and services business AMEC, where he
also served as group FD.
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