A FORMER KPMG and Deloitte corporate finance expert has joined Balfour Beatty as a non-executive director.
Belinda Richards, who headed Deloitte’s global merger integration and separation advisory services and also served as a vice chairman, joins the international infrastructure group.
Richards’s latest role sees her expand her non-exec portfolio. She currently serves with Grainger and Resolution Limited. She left Deloitte in 2010 to join Friends Life’s board.
Prior to this, she was vice president of Cap Gemini Ernst & Young’s post-acquisition integration and separation services business, and was previously at KPMG.
Steve Marshall, Balfour Beatty chairman, welcomed Richards to the board, citing her “wealth of experience” on strategy, change management and managing operational delivery across a range of sectors.
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