ANDREW CORNELIUS has been appointed by Countryside as finance director of its partnerships south business.
He will be responsible for strategic financial commercial decisions on all aspects of the business alongside the chief executive of partnerships, Richard Cherry, and managing director, Matthew Higgs.
He joins Countryside from the Berkeley Group, where he was head of finance for St James following roles within group finance at the Berkeley Group. He is a chartered accountant and trained at EY where he focused on audit and corporate finance.
Richard Cherry said: “Andrew brings exceptional experience and new ideas to help drive our financial success.”
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