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Ordnance Survey unveils new Chief Financial Officer

Ordnance Survey (OS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Bragg to its Senior Executive Management team.

23 January 2018

Paul, a qualified Chartered Accountant with more than 20 years’ experience, joins OS as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

Previously, Paul was VP and CFO at CBRE Global Workplace Solutions (GWS), where he was responsible for finance, IT and commercial growth in the Europe Middle East and Africa region. In that role, Paul was a part of the global management team that drove revenue growth, mergers and acquisitions; supporting the achievement of the business strategy.

OS Chief Executive Nigel Clifford says: “We’re delighted Paul has joined OS. He brings to us a wealth of valuable leadership and knowledge from his time spent at the heart of the development, negotiation and international rollout of a highly successful managed services business that used strategic partners, which to us is very relevant. His appointment complements and supports our 'global growth' goal ambitions, and we’re all very much looking forward to working with him.”

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