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Translation company Conversis appoints Jamie Newall as CEO

He will also sit on the UK firm's board

Jamie NewallConversis has appointed Jamie Newall as chief executive officer as it seeks to enhance its executive team.

Newall previously held a number of senior global executive roles in the private equity, finance and natural resources sectors.

Conversis’ founder and current CEO Gary Muddyman said: “After pursuing him for some time, I am delighted that I was able to convince someone of Jamie’s calibre to join the already impressive group of senior managers in the business.

“He has an enviable skill set and experience at a senior level in businesses all over the world. Equally importantly, he shares the Conversis values of outstanding customer service, high quality output and transparency.”

In his new role Newall will work alongside Muddyman and also join the Conversis board of directors.

22nd September 2017

From: Sales

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