Kelvion appoints new EVP and Chief Finance Officer (CFO)

27. July 2022 Kelvion announces that Mark Bevan is appointed as EVP and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as of September 1st 2022. He will be succeeding Marcus Mayer who will – as part of a long planned transition – leave Kelvion to pursue other opportunities outside the company, effective as of the end of August 2022.

Kelvion appoints new EVP and Chief Finance Officer (CFO)

Mark Bevan is a results-driven finance professional with an impressive track record in accounting, business improvement, turnaround, and strategy development across a broad range of industrial sectors. He brings almost 30 years of leadership experience in a wide range of finance and business functions within highly relevant industries.

Mark joined Kelvion earlier this year as SVP, Controlling and Accounting as part of the planned transition of CFO duties. Throughout his career Mark has worked in various senior financial and CFO positions at companies including Mayborn Group, JCB Excavators Ltd. and Staffline Group. Most recently Mark was Group CFO for Nylacast Group, a manufacturer of engineered parts and assemblies.Mark has a strong international background and will relocate to the Bochum area in the near future.

Mark is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (FCMA) and holds a Diploma in Management Studies.

Andy Blandford, Kelvion CEO said ‘My thanks and those of the Kelvion Leadership Team go to Marcus Mayer for his outstanding leadership contribution as CFO over the past few years. His achievements are many and he will be missed’.

Andy added, ‘In Mark Bevan Kelvion has found exactly the right blend of international team leadership experience and results orientation to help Kelvion to still further profitable growth. Mark is a great addition to the Kelvion Leadership Team and I look forward to working closely with him in the months and years to come.’

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