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ANM Group seeks out new non-executive board members


By David Porter

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North-east farming co-operative ANM Group, has issued an invitation to locals across the north and north-east of Scotland with an interest in the rural economy to put their names forward to join their board.

The business is looking to recruit new non-executive board members, with a broad commercial background in running a successful livestock operation or in managing business growth in a commercial environment.

The Group, which is one of the largest and most progressive producer-owned farming, food and finance businesses in Scotland and ranked in the Top 25 of UK co-operatives, is continuing a path of active business development and investment, and the opportunity to join the board and contribute to the next stage of ANM’s strategic plans is expected to be in high demand.

ANM group chairman, Peter Watson said: “Our member-owned credentials are a real source of pride to our organisation and customer base. We believe that these appointments will further add to the experience on our board and ensure our members have the leadership required from us to navigate a future environment that is both exciting and challenging.

Grant Rogerson
Grant Rogerson

Chief Executive of ANM Group Grant Rogerson added: “As we move into our 150th year of operations, we’re looking for new board members who will help boost the next phase of our business growth plans.”

“These are exciting opportunities to make an active contribution in the development of our expanding and diversifying business activities, as well as playing a representative role on behalf of our growing membership base.

"I would encourage anyone who is interested in joining the board to get in touch to find out more.”

Interested parties can view the full details of the roles along with application forms at https://www.anmgroup.co.uk/CareerNonExec.cfm

Applications are welcomed from members of the Group.


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