IMCA names new Chief Executive

IMCA has announced the appointment of Allen Leatt as Chief Executive. He will be joining on 1 October 2015 from Subsea 7 where he has been Senior VP for Engineering and Project Management. Allen has over 30 years’ international experience in the marine contracting business with leading companies including Subsea 7, Acergy and Technip.

Commenting on the appointment, Leatt said that he is “delighted to be joining IMCA and determined to strengthen and build upon the organisation’s special position in the marine contracting industry”.

IMCA’s President, Bruno Faure, speaking on both the appointment of Allen Leatt as Chief Executive and Richard Benzie as Technical Director, commented: "I am delighted that we have been able to make these two key appointments. We had some superb applicants, and have chosen two personalities with outstanding profiles who know the industry well and will steer IMCA in the right direction. I very much look forward to working with them, as I'm sure will the members of the IMCA secretariat and all our members."

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Published on 10/09/2015

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