Norwich-based Aquaterra Energy has announced the appointment of Nick Hawkes as its new financial director.
A global offshore engineering solutions provider which has operations in Aberdeen, this new appointment is in preparation for the companies imminent service expansion.
Hawkes will be responsible for the provision of financial leadership and support to the business.
The appointment of Hawkes follows the July announcement of a multi-million investment in Aquaterra Energy by EV Private Equity as part of a 2016 pledge to invest $200million in North Sea business.
EV Private Equity confirmed that it would be looking to invest between $10 – $40million in each shortlisted company.
George Morrison, managing director of Aquaterra Energy, said: “Nick’s appointment marks an important development as the company shapes itself for future growth. His experience will bring important skills to our top management team.”
Nick Hawkes added: “I joined the company because I saw a real opportunity to lead and support the growth of the business through the delivery of effective financial leadership and governance. I have 15 years of experience and skill to bring to what is a dynamic and expanding international company.”
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