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Steve Hall joins CIS Security in director role

Security firm, CIS, had appointed Steve Hall as Director Corporate Strategy.

His role will lead the design of strategy across various high-value projects within CIS Security Limited. Hall will drive the strategic planning process and act as a trusted advisor to the leadership team. He will also support the evaluation and development of the business’s long-term strategic plans and client relationships.

Hall previously served as Chief Executive at Ultimate Security, growing the company to £85 million turnover under his leadership.

Speaking about Hall’s appointment, Neill Catton, CIS Managing Director, said: “I have known Steve for several years and always respected the work that he did previously. His appointment further underpins our investment in structure and for CIS to maintain its reputation for quality and trust.

“Steve’s new role will support our growth plans as we look to increase our market share and diversity of security services over the years to come.”

Hall commented: “After three years away from the industry I was looking for a new challenge and met with Neill and Amanda to understand their aspirations. I knew CIS were a company with a good reputation within London and on hearing their vision for the business it was easy to accept this exciting role.

“It’s great to be on board and I cannot wait to start working with the senior leadership team and together achieve growth with the continued quality and trust that has been built up over the past 50 years.”

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