We’re delighted to announce that Peter Martin has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director on the Aztec Group board.
With a 30-year business career focused on the support and professional services sectors, Peter has particular expertise in the provision of advisory, technology and outsourced services to health, education, and local and central government sectors, in the UK and internationally. He spent ten years with Tribal Group Plc, playing a central role in developing the business from initial private equity fundraising to floatation on AIM and transfer to the main London market. Peter previously established a corporate advisory firm, Anvil Partners, and spent over a decade with Kleinwort Benson. He is a Sloan Fellow of the London Business School.
Peter now maintains a portfolio of non-executive and advisory roles, including Chairman of both FutureGov and La Salle Education, and non-executive director of Juniper Education. He has previously held non-executive roles with Community Fibre, PlaceFirst Limited, Optalis and WIN Plc.
In his new role, Peter will chair the Group’s remuneration committee and will work closely with our HR team to further enhance our people strategy.
Commenting on his new role with the Group, Peter said:
“I’m delighted to be working with the board and the wider team at Aztec. The Group has a fascinating story to tell and a very strong reputation across the European market, with a real focus on nurturing its people and developing a culture that all employees are proud of. I am looking forward to helping the business continue to provide excellent service to our clients, while evolving our industry-leading offering for the future.”
“I’d like to extend a warm welcome to Peter,” added Edward Moore, Founder and CEO of the Aztec Group. “His experience of working with businesses exhibiting strong sustained growth is highly valuable and will help us to shape the future of the Group as we look to the next several years. I look forward to working closely with Peter as we progress our exciting plans.”