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  Adrian Richard Pocock
Adrian spent many years practising as a Chartered Surveyor (previously a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors), working for some of the largest property companies and partnerships in the UK at director level. He holds an MBA from Strathclyde Business School and studied Master's level Contract and Construction Law at the Glasgow School of Law. He has extensive property asset management experience, having led and been a member of a diverse range of project support teams, ranging from small companies to companies with property portfolios valued in excess of £3 billion. He has worked with some of the largest organisations in the UK, including the NHS, the Bank of England and British Land. He ran his own commercial property development company for 10 years.
 
  Peter Verdun Wale
Peter holds a BA in Business Economics and Accounting from the University of Reading and has 25 years of diverse investing experience across developed and emerging markets. He has worked in equities trading for both Japanese and American investment firms, including Fidelity Investments, where he was a Pan-European small and mid-cap equities trader. He was most recently a partner and senior equities trader at a global hedge fund. Peter has been an active investor in the small and mid-cap space and has established an extensive network of investor contacts. He is a non-executive director of Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML) and a director of Cornwall Resources Limited, where in both cases he has been actively involved in the development of the companies and investor communication.
 
Paddy Larkin Paddy Larkin, Non-executive Director
Paddy has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Mutual Energy, with effect from 1st January 2010. He joined what was then Northern Ireland Energy Holdings in 2007 as an executive director and managing director for the Moyle Interconnector. After studying mechanical engineering at Queen’s University Belfast, he started work with NIE at Ballylumford power station in 1991 just before privatisation. In 1992 British Gas bought Ballylumford Power station and Paddy continued to work with Premier Power, initially in breakdown maintenance before moving to the business side of the operation where he helped to oversee the change in practices from a nationalised to a private company. Later he was involved in the buy out of the long term contracts and construction of the combined cycle gas turbine and served as the station’s Chief Executive.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 30 August 2017 )