Fisher German appointments Cheshire non-Executive Director
A leading property consultancy has announced the appointment of a new non-Executive Director who has more than 30 years’ experience in finance.
David Brewin, who lives near Capesthorne in Cheshire, will join the Governance Board of property firm Fisher German with immediate effect.
He joins Managing Partner Andrew Bridge, Senior Partner Charles Meynell, Chairman Harry Cotterell and other key partners and directors on the firm’s Board.
In a career spanning more than three decades, David has had experience within financial services, most notably with Ernst & Young, where he progressed from Partner to Senior Partner and then Chief Operating Officer.
He has an exceptional track record in overseeing successful large-scale transformational and operational change.
David also has strong expertise in creating and motivating high performing teams and leading digital transformation through values-based leadership.
And now, he is welcoming a new challenge by joining Fisher German.
David said: “I am very excited to work with Fisher German, and look forward to sharing my experiences from a career in financial services to help build robust governance into their future plans.
“There is a great culture at Fisher German which centres around excellent service, and I have been impressed by the very evident passion among colleagues in delivering exemplary care to their clients.
“I have met with a number of Partners already, who have been very welcoming, and I look forward to meeting more of the team in due course.”
David, originally from Leicestershire, holds a number of non-executive roles whilst also working with Mustard Seed, a Venture Capital firm supporting sustainable and impact investments.
Managing Partner Andrew Bridge said: “David’s experience and knowledge will be invaluable in challenging and supporting our business as we continue to expand.
“And David’s skill set is perfectly suited to help us focus on our desire to add maximum value to our clients and colleagues.”