Owens quick to reshuffle at Thames

July 2007
Utility Week;7/20/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 17, p27
Trade Publication
The article reports that New Thames Water chief executive David Owens has quickly installed his own management team there, including chief operating officer Steve Shine and IT director Andy Hooper, both previously with Owens at 24seven. HR director Kathryn Riley, now full-time after a spell as an interim manager, and previously at Network Rail, and regulation director Peter Antolik, who like Owens has come from Macquarie, have also been appointed.


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