Interserve support services chief, Bruce Melizan, has stepped down from the Board after 14 years at the firm.
In a statement today, Interserve said that Mr Melizan’s departure on 30 November 2017 was “part of its ‘Fit for Growth’ programme”.
The support services business will now report directly to the group chief executive, Debbie White. Melizan will remain with the company until 31 January 2018, undertaking handover duties and the transfer of key client relationships.
Glyn Barker, chairman of Interserve Plc, said: “I would like to thank Bruce for his significant contribution to Interserve over the last 14 years. Bruce’s capability in developing strong customer relationships, leading key acquisitions, driving organisational change and focusing a 50,000-strong workforce on operational excellence have helped to shape today’s organisation. We wish him well in the next phase of his career.”