RBG Appoints New Finance Director

press release
Friday, October 28, 2011
Sandeep Sharma, RGB finance director

RBG, the leading provider of assess, inspect and repair (AIR) services to the global energy industry that was recently acquired by Stork Technical Services (STS), has appointed Sandeep Sharma as its new finance director.

Mr Sharma is responsible for leading RBG’s global financial management, planning, controls and reporting, as the company enters a period of growth and integration with STS. A qualified chartered accountant with an MBA from London Business School, Mr Sharma joins RBG with more than 25 years finance experience and is based at the company’s Aberdeen, UK headquarters.

Mr Sharma has held a range of senior finance positions and most recently worked for Bombardier Services UK, the global leader in the railway maintenance industry, as the company’s regional business controller for Western Europe, Middle East, North Africa and Latin America. In this role he was responsible for directing all financial strategy and planning and supporting business growth across the regions. 

Dave Workman, CEO for RBG, said: “We are very pleased to have Sandeep join our senior management team. His global financial experience and knowledge means he is ideally placed to lead our finance operations as we expand our international activity and footprint as part of STS. I am confident Sandeep’s appointment will enhance our financial management as we enter this important period of growth and integration.”

Mr Sharma, said: “Joining RBG is a great opportunity. The company has an excellent reputation and its acquisition by STS highlights the success of the business. RBG is in a period of change and I feel my skill-set will greatly assist with the rapid growth we will experience on a global basis.”
 

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