AA Thornton welcomes its first Non-Executive Director

AA Thornton welcomes its first Non-Executive Director


We are delighted to announce that, as part of the firm’s commitment to a significant growth strategy, the partners of AA Thornton are welcoming Jeremy Horner as the firm’s first Non-Executive Director.

Jeremy is a Chartered Accountant and experienced Non-Executive Director as well as a member of the Managing Partners Forum Advisory Board and a qualified business coach to senior leaders.

Jeremy’s career spans Deloitte (Touche Ross), Charterhouse Bank and chartered surveyors Davis Langdon. During his time as CFO and subsequently as Chief Executive at Davis Langdon, the business grew through several acquisitions to become a $400 million worldwide operation, eventually being acquired by NYSE listed company, AECOM, whereupon Jeremy was appointed global CEO of its Program, Cost & Consultancy businesses. Jeremy’s Non-Executive Director career includes roles at Shoosmiths LLP, Kilburn & Strode LLP, TLT LLP, and Moore Kingston Smith LLP.

 

Commenting on the appointment, Jeremy said:

I am looking forward to returning to the UK’s dynamic and exciting IP sector, and working with the partner group of AA Thornton to help them deliver their ambitious growth strategy.

 

Partnership Chair, Adrian Bennett, on behalf of the Partnership commented:

We are delighted to welcome Jeremy to A A Thornton and very much look forward to working with him in achieving the firm’s goals.  Jeremy’s impressive breadth of business experience will provide the management team with valuable perspective and objectivity, and assist the firm in more effectively driving forward with its ambitions for the future while continuing to provide both the highest quality of service to its clients and an inclusive and supportive culture for its people.

 

We look forward to working alongside Jeremy over the coming months.


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