Top appointment for Raymond Brown Minerals & Recycling
- 10 May 2012
- People in the News
Raymond Brown Minerals & Recycling has made a significant addition to its board with the strategic appointment of new finance director Jim Pugh.
A chartered accountant by trade, Jim, 44, joins the award-winning firm at its head office in Nursling, Southampton. With more than 15 years in accounting and finance, Jim's appointment to the newly created role at RBMR marks a significant milestone in the growth of the company.
Before joining RBMR, Jim's career path included PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Rolls Royce Aero Engines in Derby and most recently as a group financial controller for an engineering and facilities management company.
On his appointment Jim said: "I'm thrilled to be taking on this role at such an exciting time in the life of the business. What was a small business not so long ago is now one of the leaders in its fields and I'm looking forward to working with the team to help ensure its continued success.
"The pipeline is full of new and interesting opportunities that RBMR is in position to take full advantage of."
RBMR director Mark Isaac added: "Jim is the ideal addition to the minerals team, his experience in finance and the construction industry means he will be a real asset to the business and I look forward to working with him."
Jim, who lives in Winchester with his wife and two children, will join Ron Isaac, Mark Isaac, Steve Clasby, Steve Cole and Colin Bolam on the RBMR board of directors.
RBMR, the parent company to BROWNSKIPS.com, has aggregate and mineral recycling facilities across the south and is part of the construction services group Raymond Brown.