EBS appoints new CFO to help drive growth across business
24th January 2023
Mark Watford joins EBS as its first CFO. He arrives at a time of rapid development, particularly for EBS’s fast-growing company Green Building Renewables (GBR), which in the last 18 months has increased its turnover from £3 million to £26 million following six acquisitions across the country.
As new CFO, Mark brings a wealth of financial experience to EBS, having worked for twelve years at Hull-based advanced wound management and surgical devices manufacturer Smith and Nephew PLC. Mark has blue chip experience in the UK and the US and was the Financial Director at Castleford-based PTSG, a multiple specialist services provider to the construction and FM sectors A proud Yorkshireman, he has worked for several construction-related companies and as the 3rd generation in the family firm of building contractors.
Mark Watford said,
“Efficient Building Solutions and its business have a real opportunity to transform buildings in the UK. The energy and climate crises are driving ethical investment into purpose driven companies like EBS, and this is a fantastic opportunity to join an organisation at a time when we can help make a real difference in people’s homes. Philip and his team are creating something unique across EBS’s family of businesses, and I am excited to help develop the company for the future.”
Philip Fellowes-Prynne, CEO of Efficient Building Solutions, added,
“Mark’s extensive experience and strategic understanding of implementing change and driving growth at businesses like EBS will be invaluable. Mark will guide the business and the board in essential financial and business decisions as we continue our ambition to radically improve the UK’s buildings through our thinking, leadership and actions.”
Published 24th January 2023