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Dover Harbour Board has appointed Alisdair Cameron as a non-executive director from1 February.
Board chairman Richard Everitt said: “Alisdair joins the board at a key time when we are delivering our single biggest investment to develop the port for the future.
“Overseeing a port business that is vital to the economic prosperity of the nation, whilst also the catalyst for local regeneration, Alisdair’s experience from a range of other organisations that are a fundamental part of both community and national infrastructure will be extremely valuable in supporting the board’s journey through this important period,” he said.
Mr Cameron is currently chief financial and operations officer and a board member of Post Office Ltd, and will shortly complete his term as a non-executive director of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
From 2002 to 2014, he worked in a variety of roles for Centrica, and prior to that was a partner with Arthur Anderson and Deloitte & Touche.
“I am delighted to be joining Dover Harbour Board at what is such an exciting time of transformation at the port. The major investment being undertaken will bring lasting benefits to Dover and the nation and I look forward to making a meaningful contribution to the port’s future success,” he said.