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Breedon appoints new non-executive director

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Cornell is a founding partner of Metric Capital, a special situations fund that targets mid-sized European companies and currently manages €2 billion of assets. Previously, Cornell worked for 20 years at international law firm Clifford Chance, after which he was appointed Managing Director at Terra Firma, a leading private equity firm in Europe.

Currently, Cornell is a Non-Executive Chairman for Grant Thornton and Lexington Consultants, as well as a Non-Executive Director for Schroders Ltd, F&C Commercial Property Holdings Ltd, and IE Business School in Madrid.

“Peter brings a wealth of financial and corporate experience to Breedon and we are delighted to welcome him to our board,” said Peter Tom CBE, Executive Chairman at Breedon. “We look forward to drawing on his wide-ranging expertise as we continue to grow and develop”.

The appointment of another non-executive director is expected by the end of the year.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/06092018/breedon-appoints-new-non-executive-director/

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