Hogg Robinson Group (HRG), the award-winning international corporate services company, has announced that, in addition to his existing role, Ian Windsor, Managing Director - HRG Europe North, will assume responsibility for both HRG France and HRG Germany. Ian Windsor has a long and positive history with HRG and a depth of global industry knowledge that is valued by clients, suppliers and staff.
Kevin Ruffles, Chief Operating Officer for HRG, said: “Many of our clients expect us to operate seamlessly across international boundaries. Our ongoing success in the industry underscores our ability to do this.
“Under Ian’s leadership we will be able to align the strengths of our service in Europe far more closely. With a more seamless cross-border operation, we will be able to offer our clients a quality service across international boundaries more effectively whilst at the same time also being sympathetic to national cultures.”
Ruffles continued: “As part of these changes, Mathias Warns, who joined HRG as Managing Director for HRG Germany in 2008 and who subsequently also had responsibility for HRG France, will be leaving the company to pursue alternative opportunities. We are very grateful for the expertise and experience that Mathias brought to HRG and thank him for the contribution he has made to the company. We wish him every success for the future”.
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Notes to Editors:
Hogg Robinson Group plc (HRG) is the award-winning international corporate services company. Established in 1845 and headquartered in Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK, HRG specialises in travel, expense and data management underpinned by proprietary technology. With a worldwide network that comprises over 120 countries, HRG provides unparalleled global expertise and local knowledge in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa, Latin America and MEWA.
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The Europe North region now comprises Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and the UK.