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New appointment at TJ

Barry Curtis

Waste-management firm appoints Barry Curtis as head of finance 

HAMPSHIRE-based TJ, specialists in bulk haulage, waste-management and aggregates, have announced the appointment of Barry Curtis as their head of finance. He joins the company from AIM-listed Deltex Medical, where he held the position of financial controller. Post university, Mr Curtis spent eight years training at BDO LLP, where he gained his full-chartered accountancy qualifications.  

The role of head of finance is new to TJ, as the company previously used external accountants for all management reporting functions. Alongside his day-to-day responsibilities, Mr Curtis will be specifically tasked with further enhancing the quality and flexibility of TJ’s management information. This will allow the team to make quicker, better decisions at any given moment.

‘We are thrilled to have Barry join us, as he brings such a diversity of experience in other sectors,’ said John Gosling, managing director at TJ. ‘Having seen such significant growth in the last few years, the time was right for TJ to bring all the finance functions in-house and we feel supremely confident that under Barry’s leadership, the financial management of the company will be in safe and skillful hands.’

Commenting on his new role at TJ, Mr Curtis added: ‘Having been introduced to the business by a former colleague, I was immediately struck by the strong brand and ethos of TJ. In a sector that is relatively new to me, I was particularly impressed by the emphasis TJ puts on customer service and am looking forward to using my experience in other industries to deliver financial agility in this burgeoning business.’

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