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Full Fibre UK ISP KCOM Appoint New Chairman and Non-Exec Director

Friday, June 10th, 2022 (3:18 pm) - Score 504
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Hull-based ISP KCOM, which has so far covered 300,000 premises across North / East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire (England) with their Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network, has today appointed Johan Dennelind as Chairman of its Board of Directors and Fiona Goldsmith as a Non-Executive Director.

The decision to appoint Johan, who replaces Nathan Luckey in the same role (he remains a Director of the Board), reflects his relationship with Macquarie Asset Management as an industry advisor. In case anybody has forgotten, Macquarie acquired KCOM for the hefty sum of £627m in 2019 (here) and in early 2020 they began a large £100m network expansion into more competitive areas of the two regions (here).

NOTE: Johan has previously led several telecommunication businesses, including the Telia Company as the President and CEO between 2013 and 2019.

Also joining Johan on the board will be Fiona Goldsmith who is a chartered accountant with a career that has spanned several executive leadership and Non-executive roles. Fiona will Chair the Audit and Risk sub-committee of the KCOM Board of Directors. Fiona’s latest executive role was as Finance Director at Land Securities Trillium, the UK’s largest commercial property development company.

Tim Shaw, KCOM’s CEO, said:

“I’m delighted to welcome both Johan and Fiona to KCOM at what is a very exciting time for the business as we continue to grow and expand across East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.

They bring with them a huge amount of experience of the telecoms and business world and their insight will be invaluable as we continue to build on the successes of recent years.”

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