BAS Group appoints three new directors
Bermuda Aviation Services Ltd has appointed three new directors to its board.
The Bermuda Stock Exchange-listed company said Dennis Fagundo, Michael Leverock and Glen Smith would help to provide oversight and leadership to the group.
BAS owns subsidiaries BAS-Serco, Besco, CCS, Eastbourne Properties, Eff-Tech, Otis and Weir Enterprises.
Mr Fagundo is a second-generation construction professional, co-managing director of D&J Construction, one of Bermuda’s leading construction firms. He has about 20 years of business experience and specialises in business development, negotiation, government relations, information technology, contract issues and equipment.
Mr Fagundo served on the Immigration Reform Working Group and is a director of Grotto Bay, Somersfield Academy, Spar Yard and Victoria Place. He is also on the executive board of the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, where he is vice-president.
Mr Leverock brings with him more than two decades of progressive business and start-up management experience and is a director of One Communications Ltd.
He began his career as a civil engineer, with a focus on public wharves, docks, containment facilities, public and private developments and infrastructure projects. He later cofounded Bermuda Digital Communications Ltd, which operated as CellularOne.
Mr Leverock was chairman of the Bermuda Energy Commission from 2009 until 2016. He also serves on the Board of the Bermuda Monetary Authority.
Mr Smith is a seasoned entrepreneur with extensive experience in founding and managing limited liability companies. He is the founder and managing director of Auto Solutions and International Bonded Couriers. Additionally, he is a director of Lines Overseas Management and Harbour Realty.
J. Patricia Lynn will be retiring from the Board after more than 40 years of dedicated service to the company as a director and senior employee.
David Pugh, chairman of BAS, said: “I am delighted to welcome Dennis, Michael and Glen to the board. Their extensive business experience will be invaluable to the BAS Group. I would also like to thank Patricia for her contribution to the board.”
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