Retiring CEO to stay on as an executive director at Welsh Water
The retiring CEO of Welsh Water has agreed to stay on the board at Welsh Water as an executive director to help steer the company through the coronavirus crisis.
Chris Jones had decided to retire as chief executive of Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water at the end of March 2020, but the board asked him to provide his support to the management team to which he has agreed.
Peter Perry, previously managing director, succeeded Jones as chief executive on 1 April 2020.
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