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9 June 2015

Following the recent management buyout at FMG, the specialist provider of outsourced incident management and specialist roadside services, its board has been further strengthened to support its existing customers and the company’s ongoing organic growth.

Rachael Nevins has been appointed to the new position of Chief Financial Officer. An experienced business leader and CIMA-qualified accountant, Rachael brings 20 years’ experience of leading high performance finance teams in large multinationals and private equity SME’s. Rachael will lead FMG’s finance function to deliver holistic internal and customer-focussed improvements including enhanced operational process efficiencies and back office service improvements.

FMG Chairman Andrew Cope said, “As we enter this new phase in our journey and organically grow our business, we must ensure we have tight control on all financial and operational transactions, to deliver optimum service levels to our existing customers, drivers, suppliers and business partners. This is a great time to introduce Rachael to the business; she brings a wealth of experience and energy and will play a key role in taking FMG forward.”

FMG has over 25 years’ experience as an outsource provider of intelligent incident management and specialist recovery services for a variety of blue chip private companies and public sector organisations, leasing companies and fleet insurers, as well as Highways England and UK Police Forces. FMG’s continued strategic focus on incident prevention, reducing the total cost of claims and delivering exceptional customer service, have been core to its successful retention of customers and continued organic growth to date.