Dee Valley appoints Kevin Starling to the Board as Non-Executive Director

– UK, Wrexham – Dee Valley is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Starling as Non-Executive Director with effect from 28 May 2015.

Kevin has spent over 25 years in the utility industry, joining Anglian Water in 1988 immediately prior to privatisation. Since then he has been CEO of a number of international businesses including United Utilities Australia, Sofia Water in Bulgaria and ESVAL, the first privatised water company in Chile. Kevin has also been a board member of a number of public and private utility companies, including Aguas Argentinas in Argentina, Manila Water in the Philippines and Tallinn Water in Estonia.

Kevin’s extensive experience in the UK and overseas water industry includes business development, customer service and operations, public-private partnerships, as well as long term strategic management focused on customer satisfaction and shareholder value.

More recently Kevin has worked with multinational groups such as Suez and Mitsubishi, advising in a Merger and Acquisition capacity. Kevin also works with a number of start-up technology companies in the UK and internationally as well as advising Governments on their national water policy.

Welcoming the appointment, Chairman Jon Schofield said: “I am delighted that Kevin has agreed to join us. He brings a wealth of water sector and commercial experience and his insight and skills will be a valuable addition to the Board.”

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