South West Investment Group (SWIG) Capital, the fund holding arm of alternative finance provider, South West Investment Group Limited has welcomed two new non-executive directors to their board.
Malachy McReynolds and Graham Miller joined existing directors, David Beaumont, Nicky Pooley, John Berry and Richard Coombs this month, strengthening SWIG Capital’s representation in the South West outside of Cornwall and Devon.
Bristol-based Malachy McReynolds was previously the Managing Director of renowned chocolate manufacturer, Elizabeth Shaw Ltd for over 12 years and now chairs the not-for-profit home improvement agency, West of England Care and Repair as well as being a member of the West of England LEP.
Graham Miller has also joined the South West Investment Group Capital board, bringing extensive experience in private equity and industry. Currently he is Chairman of Sutton Harbour Holdings PLC, the property and leisure group based in Plymouth and is a Director of IPL, the Bath-based I T services group.
Chairman David Beaumont, South West area director of Lloyds Bank was pleased to welcome the directors to the board: “Both Malachy and Graham have a wealth of knowledge and experience and we very much look forward to working alongside them as we continue to develop the portfolio of funds which through our Fund Managers provides complementary finance to businesses across the South West region.
“As well as enhancing the board’s expertise, we see the appointment of our non-executive directors as a great opportunity to work more closely with local authorities, LEPs and private sector organisations in the upper end of the South West region.”
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