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Paul Horrocks promoted to Group Finance Director at Reconomy

Paul Horrocks, who has been at international circular economy specialist, Reconomy, for eight years as Group Financial Controller has been promoted to the role of Group Financial Director.

As a highly experienced Financial Steward, Horrocks has supported Reconomy’s 26 acquisitions during his tenure, developing its capabilities and geographic reach. Reconomy’s revenues have since grown from £85 million (FY 2016) to £1.2 billion (FY 2023) as the business has expanded to operate across more than 80 countries, with more than 4,000 colleagues and over 10,000 customers.

Prior to Reconomy, Horrocks held the role of Group Financial Controller at Barhale, United Living Group and Bullock Construction Limited. He spent the first 14 years of his career working in Audit for Cheesmans and KPMG.

Speaking about his new role Horrocks said: “I am excited to continue helping Reconomy realise its exciting potential both through further acquisitions and organic growth. I have hugely enjoyed my eight years at Reconomy – it is an ambitious, innovative business that is playing a critical role in the transition to a circular economy.”

Horrocks will report to John Sullivan, Chief Financial Officer at Reconomy, who commented: “Paul has been a key component of the Reconomy story over the past eight years. He has supported on numerous acquisitions, and their integration, helping Reconomy transform into a £1.2 billion, international business with a strong foundation for even further success. We are thrilled that he will be stepping up to Group Finance Director to support our financial strategy and continued growth.”

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