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Wednesday, June 12, 2024

HomeServe Membership appoints new Chairman

HomeServe Membership, the regulated UK business which is a wholly owned subsidiary of HomeServe plc, has appointed David Hynam as the new Chairman of its Board.

David, who is the CEO of Bupa UK, succeeds former Alliance & Leicester CEO David Bennett as Chairman. He was appointed to the HomeServe Membership Board as a non-executive director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee in 2014 and is a member of the Board Risk, Assurance and Compliance Committee.

Martin Bennett, CEO of HomeServe UK, commented: “We’re delighted that David is our new Chairman.  As a Board member over the last three years he has made a significant contribution and I know he will build on the outstanding leadership of David Bennett, who served as our Chair since 2012. Our sincere thanks go to David Bennett and our congratulations to David Hynam on his appointment as Chairman.”

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