Wild Search Welcomes Waine
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17 July 2017

Wild Search announces the appointment of experienced Chairman and headhunter Peter Waine to be its first Chair. Peter brings huge experience of the industry, having been a co-founder of Hanson Green, for many years the market leader in non executive appointments for FTSE100 and 250 boards and private companies. His experience encompasses serving on a number of boards, ranging from the Royal Opera House to the CPRE. A former visiting professor at both Warwick and Cass Business Schools, he has a longstanding interest in both ensuring the effectiveness of boards and in the countryside.

 

Managing Director Edward Wild said:

“As we approach the seventh anniversary of Wild Search, we remain committed both to developing the range of clients we serve and improving the service and processes for those with which we already have established relationships. Peter’s range of experience and contacts will enhance and enrich our work within our areas of specialism and expertise. I am confident that he will become a valued member of the team as we continue to grow organically with a focus on education and charities, yet with a longstanding interest in the rural economy”.

Peter Waine said:

“I was delighted to accept the invitation to become the first Chair of Wild Search. Since becoming aware the business I have been impressed by both the quality of the team and the work which they undertake. The business has a fascinating range of clients and a growing number return for further requirements. I hope that I will be able to make a distinct contribution to making Wild Search an even better business for all who engage with it.”

 
Ash Colbeck
Chief Executive, The Churches Conservation Trust Appointed
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9 August 2017

Upon completion of our search for a Chief Executive for The Churches Conservation Trust we are delighted  to announce the appointment of Peter Aiers.

Peter Ainsworth, Chairman of CCT said, “The Trustees are delighted to appoint Peter to the role of CEO.  He has played an important part in the achievements and successes of CCT over the past ten years.  He has a deep understanding of the heritage of historic churches and how to make them come alive and be loved, making a positive impact today and for the future.  His experience and enthusiasm will ensure that the CCT delivers its mission to inspire people, protect history and create value as we move towards our 50th anniversary in 2019 and beyond”.

Read more here.

 
Ash Colbeck
CEO, Architectural Heritage Fund Appointed
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17 July 2017

Our recent search for the Chief Executive Officer for the Architectural Heritage Fund has been completed and we are delighted  to announce that Matthew McKeague will take on this role.

AHF’s Chairman, Liz Peace, said “I am delighted to welcome Matthew McKeague as our new Chief Executive. Matthew’s strategic insight, breadth of experience in regeneration and passion for historic buildings – and especially the role they can play in revitalising communities and the opportunities they create for social enterprise – makes him ideally suited to lead the AHF as it continues to grow and develop.”

Read more here.

 
Ash Colbeck