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Steve Kennedy joins security specialist Ward as Managing Director for London

Steve Kennedy has been appointed Managing Director for Ward Security’s London business unit. This area has successfully grown to over £40m a year, securing a diverse range of high risk, high profile, iconic and trophy locations, places and assets.

Kennedy joins Ward with a wealth of experience and skills that span various sectors, making him a valuable addition to our growing business. He set up his own successful business, Consortio Business Management Limited, leveraging his experience in estate management, contract management, and hospitality.

Under his leadership, Consortio flourished, specialising in the security sector, health and safety, accreditation management, and business development. Kennedy has expertise in forging new contracts, establishing strong relationships, and his proficiency in accreditation management, auditing, and security for List X accredited data centres, further solidify his credentials.

Kennedy comments, “I’m delighted to now be part of this fantastic company and I’m looking forward to working with the dedicated team of Officers, Account Managers and support staff that have made Ward what it is today. To take on the role of London MD and to have the opportunity to influence and grow this already successful business is a challenge that I look forward to”.

Kevin Ward, Group CEO, adds: “I’m thrilled to welcome Steve to Ward. We’re delighted that Steve has chosen to join us, and I look forward to working with him as a member of our leadership team and operating board. I am confident that Steve’s expertise, coupled with unwavering optimism and resilience, will enrich our team dynamics, assisting us towards greater success.”

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