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Kiddy takes group FC role at Landmark

Tim Kiddy leaves NB Real Estate for Landmark

TIM KIDDY is the new group financial controller at serviced offices provider Landmark.

Kiddy was most recently financial controller at NB Real Estate, now part of Capita Symonds.

He has also served at DHL, Philip Morris International and SABMiller. After graduating from Imperial College London he qualified as a chartered accountant at Coopers & Lybrand.

“This is a busy and exciting time for Landmark as we prepare to open our flagship serviced office centre in the City’s tallest building, Heron Tower, which will set new standards for premium serviced offices. Tim brings a wealth of valuable experience and will provide further depth to our senior management team,” said Richard Gill, Landmark’s managing director.

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