Board of Directors
hub North Scotland Board of Directors:
Andrew has significant experience of the healthcare, stockbroking and private equity sectors and is the non-executive chairman of university Intellectual Property (IP) commercialisation specialist, Frontier IP, and a non-executive director of Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance.
Phil is a director of Galliford Try Investments with wide experience in the setting up and running of revenue financed public sector projects.
He was part of the original bid team when hub North Scotland was established and has been directly involved in the many of the projects delivered since then.
Kirsty is Associate Director, Asset Management, for Equitix. She was previously with the NIBC Bank and also the Bank of Scotland. She has extensive experience of project finance, particularly in complex transactions, and has widespread knowledge of infrastructure, energy and telecoms projects.
Paul is chief executive of hub South East and is also on the board. He was appointed to the hub North board in September 2014.
He is a Chartered Civil Engineer with thirty years experience at executive level in both the public and private sectors and has developed major construction projects both in the UK and overseas.
Nial joined the Scottish Futures Trust in late 2017 to look after SFTi’s portfolio of investments in the hub programme.
He previously worked for a number of banks in a variety of roles, latterly Nial alongside clients structuring debt and solutions for projects in the infrastructure and energy sectors.
Andrew joined the Equitix Asset Management team in April 2019 and has Directorships in the accommodation and real estate sectors, including health, education, residential and commercial.
He has over 15 years' experience in the PPP/PFI sector in the operational and contract management of projects across the UK.
Mike is a construction industry PPP specialist with over 30 years’ experience in the public and private sector.
He has been actively involved with hub North Scotland since its inception in 2010 and has spent the last 16 years directing PPP opportunities, being responsible for reaching financial close on projects totalling over £1bn in capital expenditure.