Andrew White has decided to retire in November 2010 at the age of 58 after four years as Chief Executive of NSI. Formerly an RAF Air Vice Marshal, Andrew took on the role of NSI Chief Executive in August 2006. One of his primary objectives since joining the organisation has been to instigate a modernisation programme, streamlining NSI’s processes and making internal efficiencies, which will continue apace until his retirement.
Andrew comments: “When I became CEO I had a plan to make NSI more efficient and customer focussed. That strategy is now becoming a reality so I feel my work at NSI is coming to a conclusion. Over the last four years I have enjoyed my time working in the fire and security industry immensely and will miss working with all the dedicated and highly motivated people at NSI. After retirement I will turn my attention to developing my non-executive portfolio and of course retain a close interest in the progress of NSI.”
Once a successor has been found, a further announcement will follow.