Matthew Enright (pictured above) has been appointed to the role of CFO by Lancaster based Metamark (UK) Limited. The appointment follows the recent Primary Capital backed management buyout of Metamark.
Matthew Enright’s appointment strengthens the Metamark board and brings with it deep and relevant commercial experience as Metamark embarks on an ambitious plan fuelling its further growth through a programme of organic growth and acquisition.
Enright has a solid record of delivering growth and experience in implementing controls and systems supporting companies through accelerated change. In particular, he brings expertise centred on enterprise resource planning, commercial due diligence and and statutory compliance in addition to solid finance credentials. Enright’s recent career included time as finance director of TRM Packaging Limited, a specialist packaging manufacturer, where he instituted a finance department with wide-ranging responsibilities encompassing IT, HR and Commercial. He also helped oversee the sale of the company to DS Smith PLC.
Paul French, Metamark’s CEO, said, “Matt joins Metamark at an exciting time in the company’s development and I’m delighted to welcome him to our board. His experience ensures he’ll hit the ground running at Metamark and deliver strong support to our management as we pursue our goals. Our plan is an ambitious one but I’m confident we’ll deliver given the team we now have in place. Our brand is strong and our markets receptive. I’m looking forward to reporting the results.” Matt added, “I’m delighted to have joined a thriving business with many more opportunities to add to the success already enjoyed. I’m looking forward to helping Metamark deliver the next stage of its plans.”
Metamark has an impressive record of recent growth and recognised as a leading brand in the sign, display and allied industries. In its new ownership, Metamark will bring scale to its operations and deliver what’s proven to be a winning manufacturing and supply formula on a much wider front encompassing new geography and new business opportunities.