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PRS Group announces its new board

PRS Group has recruited a number of industry experts to its new board as it seeks to strengthen its operations in the private rented sector in the UK.

The Dundee based group, owned by Graeme and Leanne Carling, has ambitions to increase its private rental properties by 5,000, building on its existing substantial portfolio of 350 rental properties.

Syd Fudge imageSyd Fudge OBE has joined as Non- Executive Group Chairman. With over 40 years’ experience in the oil and gas sector, he was awarded an OBE for services to the oil and gas industry in Scotland.

Graeme Carling, founder and owner of Scotland’s largest private residential landlord, Carling Property Group, has ten years’ experience in raising finance, acquisitions, transactions, rapid growth and sales. Graeme is joined by his wife Leanne, who as an experienced company director and business owner herself, has also demonstrated significant success over the years in acquisitions, finance, profit improvements, consolidation, roll ups and business sales.

Gordon Fowlis imageGordon Fowlis, has joined the Board as Acquisitions Director. With o 30 years’ experience in managing acquisitions, most recently with Your Move, Gordon is an effective change manager, having overseen the successful integration of many acquisitions. Chris Arnold, an experienced commercial lawyer, joins the Board as non-executive director. Laure Duhot, an expert in the private rented sector, has been advising the board on its strategy. PRS Group CEO Graeme Carling said, “This is an extremely exciting time for PRS Group as we look to take advantage of the opportunities the market is offering us with an extremely talented and experienced management board. We are delighted to welcome all our new board members who will each bring their own insights and expertise to the team from their collective decades of experience. I have no doubt they will be instrumental in helping us deliver on our ambitious expansion plans.”

December 20, 2018

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