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ISS appoints Sam Hockman to bolster global key accounts efforts

ISS A/S has appointed Sam Hockman as CEO, Global Key Accounts and member of the Executive Group Management as of June 2022.

The appointment relates to the organisational changes that were announced on 7 December 2021 and will further strengthen the strategic focus on ISS’s Global Key Accounts.

Hockman joins ISS from a position as CEO of Energy & Technical Services at Engie UK & Ireland. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered surveyors, the current Chair of the Confederation for British Industry’s (CBI) Public Sector Partners Council, the Chair of Smart Schools Councils, a rapidly growing technology focused education charity, and a former member of the Department for International Trade’s UK Investment Council.

Commenting on the appointment, Group CEO of ISS, Jacob Aarup-Andersen, said: “I look forward to welcoming Sam Hockman to our Executive Group Management team. He will play a pivotal role in ensuring that the utmost importance is placed on our customers in the strategic global key account customer segment and by that supporting the implementation of the OneISS strategy.”

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