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UK MD appointment at The Clearway Group

London-based commercial security services provider, The Clearway Group, has appointed Ronnie Coutts MBE MA as UK Managing Director.

Specialising in securing vulnerable properties, sites and assets, the UK Group is formed of three business units – Clearway Services, Clearway Technology and Clearway Debt Squared.

The Group delivers solutions that are tailored to its customers’ needs, utilising an extensive range of specialist services integrated with market-leading technology. The Group’s critical technology-led security solutions include CCTV and alarms, to monitor, secure and protect properties and assets.

Coutts joins the business in a new role following recent development across the UK business and plans for further growth, both organically and through acquisition. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge, following a number of senior roles with Serco, that will add value to the senior management team and help the Group to achieve its goals.

Speaking about his new role, Coutts said: “I’m really happy to be joining the UK Group in a new role for both myself and the company. The Group has a lot to offer with an expanding portfolio and geographical reach and further plans to extend in both areas. There’s a great team in place and together we will deliver on the next wave of growth for the UK Group.

Ian Quinlan, The Clearway Group CEO, commented: “As the UK Group continues to grow, we felt the time was right to appoint a UK Group Managing Director. We’re very pleased to have Ronnie on board, he’s joining us at an exciting time and we look forward to what he can bring to the team and the future growth for the UK business.”

The Clearway Group employs 250 people and has nationwide operations across the UK and France.

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