McMullen Nolan Group appoints new CFO

By on 4 May, 2020

Scott Anderson (L) and Jamie Scoringe (R) of MNG. Image supplied.

Surveying and spatial services firm McMullen Nolan Group (MNG) has announced a new Chief Financial Officer.

MNG has appointed Jamie Scoringe Chief Financial Officer and General Manager of Corporate Services.

CEO and managing director Scott Anderson said that Mr. Scoringe brings financial acumen and a strong background in the spatial market to the company.

“A culturally good fit with the existing MNG team, Jamie joins us as we continue to expand MNG’s presence across Australia as highlighted by our recent investment in our newly expanded Melbourne office,” he said.

Mr. Scoringe welcomed his comments and said he was pleased to be joining the firm’s senior executive team.

“MNG has a strong positive culture with an excellent reputation in the marketplace, and I’ve been impressed by the systems and quality processes that ensure our clients are pleased with the work we do for them,” he said.

“The global pandemic presents more uncertainty than we’ve known in our lifetimes and MNG needs to remain stoic in its approach to meeting client needs. At the same time, it needs to remain agile enough to maximise opportunities and weather any extended downturns to the greater economic conditions. My aim is to support the forward thinking to ensure MNG comes out of this period stronger than ever.”

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