Paul Hollick re-elected as ICFM chairman
The board of ICFM has re-elected Paul Hollick as its chairman at its AGM.
Hollick, managing director of TMC (The Miles Consultancy), was first elected ICFM chairman in 2014. His re-election came as ICFM reported membership growth to more than 800 people over the last year along with the other developments including the launch of a three-level Corporate Investor Programme.
Speaking at the AGM, Hollick said: “Our objective continues to be to break through the 1,000 members mark; make ICFM even more accessible to new members and those in support services roles in the fleet industry; and work hard on development to bring more opportunities for our members to stay abreast of new topics and initiatives within fleet and mobility.”
This year’s AGM also saw three directors of the 10-strong board stand down by rotation. As well as Hollick, David Brown, head of business development at Applied Driving Techniques, was also unanimously re-elected to the board.
ICFM finance director Mark Sinclair, chief operating officer at Tusker, did not standard for re-election due to business commitments.
Instead Amanda Latcham Pack, director of Portsmouth-based ALP Accountancy and a former commercial finance manager at Inchcape Fleet Solutions, joins the board for the first time and will take on responsibility for managing ICFM’s finances.
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