Yorkshire men move up ash.
Bank job: Martyn Beswick.
Logical move: Ian Davidson.
THE YORKSHIRE BANK has appointed Mr Martyn Beswick and Mr Stuart Bailey managers of its executive banking operation in the West Midlands.
COUTTS CONSULTING GROUP, which has offices in Birmingham and Solihull, has appointed Ms Rebecca Spence as the marketing manager for its UK operations.
Hartlebury-based AIR TUBE GROUP has appointed Mr Alan Foxley, Mr Carl Miller and Dave Johnson to head up Air Tube Conveyors, Secure Transfer Systems and Solutions Direct.
Birmingham-based tyre specialist BMTR has appointed Mr Terry Pauley as finance director.
Belper-based BEESTON HEATING has appointed Mr Jeremy Tromans as area sales manager for the West Midlands.
Mr Michael Heneberry has been recruited by GRESHAM TRUST, which opened a new office last year in Birmingham, as the new investment team leader in London.
Mr Henebury, aged 35, joins the firm from HSBC Private Equity, where he was an investment director.
CONRAD RITBLAT and COLLIERS ERDMAN LEWIS has doubled the size of its Birmingham office with three new appointments. Director Mr David Chittenden, who heads up the automotive and roadside team in Birmingham, joins from GVA Grimley.
Licensed and leisure associate director Mr Paul Hands joins from Moreland, while senior surveyor Mr Robert Lewis has joined from Gerald Eve.
Mr Ian Davidson has been appointed group finance director of software and services company LOGICAL SUPPORT SERVICES. He joins LSS as ten years as group finance director with Kalamazoo.
Mr Neal Murphy has been appointed financial consultant for the West Midlands by financial advisers BKR HAINES WATTS. He was previously with Hereford and Worcestershire brokers Clarke Roxburgh Insurance.
Carillion construction management specialist SCHAL has appointed Mr Paul Reeder as its new managing director. He takes over at Schal from Mr Malcolm Bairstow, who is moving to take up a new senior appointment in Wolverhampton-based Carillion.
Catherine Herrick, a specialist in design counselling and promotion, is the latest recruit to the team of business advisers at BUSINESS LINK SHROPSHIRE. She moves from Telford College of Arts and Technology, where she lectured in business studies and the Chartered Institute of Marketing courses.
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Date:||Apr 8, 2000|
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