JOHNATHAN FORD has returned to home repair company HomeServe as its chief financial officer, after a three-year gap.
Ford spent four years at the company, firstly as group commercial director and later as finance director of emergency services. He left in 2009 and joined listed agricultural and distribution group NWF.
He succeeds Martin Bennett who became chief operating officer in January this year.
Richard Harpin, CEO HomeServe, said: “I am delighted that Johnathan is rejoining the business and I am confident that he will make a significant contribution to our future growth.”
Ford will continue to work at NWF to find a successor before he joins the board of HomeServe later this year; no details on when that is likely to be were available at the time of going to press.
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