FORMER BAA subsidiary financial director Giles Salmon has taken an equivalent role at property investment business McKay Securities.
Salmon, who qualified with Ernst & Young, was previously FD of BAA Lynton, the property arm of British Airports Authority.
He joined the aviation company in 1997 as financial controller of its retail division, World Duty Free. In his FD role, he assisted with the creation of the Airport Property Partnership, a joint venture with Morley Fund Management, now Aviva Investors, which was set up to release value from £800m of BAA commercial property assets at Heathrow and elsewhere in the South-East.
He succeeds Alan Childs at McKay Securities, who retires in August.
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