Top appointment for DMH Stallard Managing Partner

01 Jul 2019

Richard Pollins, Managing Partner of DMH Stallard, has been appointed to the Executive Council of Gatwick Diamond Business.
 
The Executive Council is made up of some of the most senior business leaders within the area and works to promote the needs of members.
 
Richard said:  “I am honoured to have been elected to the Executive Council.  I am looking forward to sharing my experience and skills with my colleagues on the executive and championing the cause of businesses within the Gatwick Diamond.”
 
Under Richard’s leadership DMH Stallard has successfully achieved three mergers and dynamic growth of the firm, with turnover now in excess of £30m.
 
Jeff Alexander, Chief Executive of Gatwick Diamond Business, said:  “We are delighted to welcome Richard onto our Executive Council. GDB is owned and run by our members, for our members, so the Executive Council plays a vital role in guiding our operations. 
 
“With his professional experience, connections and knowledge of our area, Richard is well placed to guide our activities and influencing role in support of our 420 member businesses.”

On behalf of the firm, I congratulate Richard on his appointment, and know that he will bring his enthusiasm and good humour to the role.
 

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