Maunder joins Alexander
Ex-pilot plans take-off in agency role
Nick Maunder, 50, served in the Royal Air Force for 17 years, latterly training novice pilots to fly Tornados, based at RAF Lossiemouth. After leaving the service he launched a children’s nursery business in Elgin.
He then moved to a senior position with Aberdeen-based Petrotechnics, which provides software support to oil companies and others working in potentially-hazardous locations.
Until his latest appointment, Mr Maunder was chief operating officer at KAL, a software company specialising in automatic telling machine software.
David Alexander, managing director, said: “Initially we were looking for someone with a property background and interviewed some excellent candidates. However, Nick turned out to be exceptional in terms of ideas, attitude and drive.”