AMEC has announced that Ian Mchoul will become its chief financial officer
later on this year.
The engineering and project management company said: ‘AMEC announces today
the appointment of Ian McHoul as CFO. Previously group FD of Scottish and
Newcastle, he will join AMEC on 8 September 2008.’
While at S&N Mchoul was credited with playing a key role in the sale of
the brewing giant to Heineken and Carlsberg.
Samir Brikho, AMEC Chief Executive said: ‘I am confident that Ian’s dynamism,
strong financial discipline and commercial knowledge will be of great value as
AMEC continues to deliver on its strategy, becoming a high-value supplier of
consultancy, engineering and project management services to the world’s energy,
power and process industries.’
McHoul, a chartered accountant who trained with KPMG, added: ‘I am delighted
to be joining such an exciting and fast-developing company and look forward to
contributing to AMEC’s continued growth.
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