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Associated British Ports has appointed Angela Morgan as its general counsel and company secretary, completing the creation of its new executive leadership team.
Ms Morgan has been with ABP since 2008, most recently as senior solicitor. Before that, she worked at leading law firms in London and New Zealand.
Henrik Pedersen, ABP chief executive, said: “We are delighted Angela has taken up this new role, having already made a significant contribution to ABP over her years of service.”
Ms Morgan added: “I’m excited to be taking up this new role at ABP, a business I have been proud to be part of for many years, and one which has great opportunities for growth and further successes. I look forward to working with my colleagues in the executive team to ensure a bright future for the business.”
ABP’s new-look executive leadership team comprises: Mr Pedersen; chief financial officer Marina Wyatt; Julian Walker, chief commercial officer, who is scheduled to join on 2 September; Simon Bird, Humber regional director; Alastair Welch, Southampton regional director; Andrew Harston, Wales and shortsea ports regional director; Harm van Weezel, chief information officer; Mike McCartain, group director of safety, marine & engineering; Alison Rumsey, chief HR officer; and Ms Morgan.
Mr Pedersen said: “Our team comprises the very best in the business – all chosen for their unparalleled knowledge and experience. We are delighted that they could all join ABP at this important time in the company’s development, as we strive to realise the exciting opportunities we have for further growth.”