Mel Knight passes the baton


Posted on April 17th, by geoff in Caring Times. Comments Off on Mel Knight passes the baton

After more than 25 years at the helm of care sector construction specialist Castleoak, Mel Knight stepped down as executive chairman at the end of

Castleoak chief executive Craig Currie with outgoing executive chairman Mel Knight.

March.

Over the past five years, the shareholders have led a succession plan to evolve the business from a shareholder-led business to one led by an independent management team.

The implementation of the succession plan is now complete, and Craig Currie, as chief executive, and his team have been leading the company for some time now.

Karen Rosser now steps up from non-executive director to non-executive chair. Karen has been part of the senior team since 2011, having joined Castleoak in a HR leadership role.

Mel, who remains a major shareholder in Castleoak, will now be pursue a range of other interests in the care and retirement living sector “Castleoak is well positioned for further success and growth, and importantly to serve customers very well,” said Mel.

“Craig and his team are confidently leading the company. As Castleoak evolves, our values endure. Excellence, respect, integrity and collaboration are how we’ve always done business. Creating quality living space for customers and their residents remains our goal.”





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