New Appointments and Promotions in Welsh Business

Welsh Companies Expand Their Teams with Key Hires and Promotions

In a dynamic month of developments across the Welsh business landscape, several companies have announced significant appointments and promotions within their ranks. These changes promise to bring fresh perspectives and expertise to the forefront. Here’s a roundup of the latest transitions in the Welsh business community:

Peter Lynn & Partners Solicitors Welcomes Rob Cherry

Leading law firm Peter Lynn & Partners has made a strategic addition to its team. Renowned corporate lawyer Rob Cherry has joined the company as a consultant in the company and commercial law divisions. Mr. Cherry brings with him three decades of experience, specialising in mergers, acquisitions, management buy-outs, private equity investments, and ownership succession arrangements. His expertise is expected to enhance the firm’s legal advisory services significantly.

Chetwood Financial Names Ian Lonergan as Group Chair

Wrexham-based digital bank Chetwood Financial has appointed Ian Lonergan as its Group Chair. With over 30 years in the financial services sector, including leadership roles at Precise Mortgages and other prominent organisations, Mr. Lonergan will play a pivotal role in the upcoming launch of Chetwood’s ModaMortgages product. His extensive experience is poised to drive innovation and customer-centric solutions in the financial services industry.

Harvey Bowes Expands Its Team

Newport-based property and finance firm Harvey Bowes has made key additions to its team. Tim Webber has joined as Construction Project Manager to oversee development projects for Harvey Bowes Real Estate, including notable grade II listed developments. Additionally, Tom Evans and Dominika Majer have been appointed as Sales and Lettings Negotiators and Sales Coordinators, respectively, to support the company’s growth initiatives.

Mon Timber Appoints Branch Managers

Mon Timber, a leading timber supplier, has strengthened its leadership team with the appointment of three new branch managers. Steve Evans, Rhys Wilkins, and Steve Thomas have taken up roles in Crumlin, Newport, and Cardiff, respectively. These appointments are set to bolster Mon Timber’s presence and customer offerings across its locations.

South Caernarfon Creameries Welcomes First Female Board Member

South Caernarfon Creameries, a Welsh dairy co-operative, has made history by appointing its first female board member, Malan Hughes. Graduated in Advanced Veterinary Practice from Liverpool University, Ms. Hughes brings her expertise to the co-operative’s board. Her appointment signifies a positive step towards diversity and inclusivity in the dairy industry.

These appointments and promotions reflect the dynamism and growth of Welsh businesses, setting the stage for a promising future. If you have news of a recent appointment or promotion that you’d like to see featured in our next update, please contact Lauren Phillips at

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