July 8, 2014 10.52 am This story is over 89 months old

New University of Lincoln governor role for city businessman

New role: A partner at a Lincoln accountancy firm will join the board of governors at the University of Lincoln next month.

A partner at Streets Chartered Accountants has been appointed as a new governor for the University of Lincoln.

Neil Gray, a Streets Corporate Finance Partner, is known across the region for buying and selling business, advising corporate finance transactions and helping businesses turnover up to £100 million.

In his new education role, he will be approving and monitoring key performance indicators against agreed objectives and helping to safeguard the University of Lincoln’s assets.

He starts the new job next month, for a term of four years.

Neil Gray said: “I am excited to be joining the University Board of Governors at such an interesting time and I look forward to fulfilling this challenging new role helping to shape the educational character and future direction of the university.

“I very much look forward to be playing in such an active role in the university’s development over the next four years, particualy advising on strategy and performance.

Paul Walsh, University Secretary, said: “We are delighted to welcome Neil to the Board of Governors. His professional expertise, affinity to the university and great understanding of the region’s business community will be a valuable addition to the Board.”

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