The Council for Aluminium in Building (CAB) has named Phil Slinger its new CEO in succession to Justin Ratcliffe who left the post last year.
CAB President, Mo Panam, who headed the search for a new CEO with CAB Board support, said, “Phil has a strong trade association background including working with and for membership bodies in the UK Construction Sector and European Hardware & DIY Markets.
“It was Phil’s enthusiasm, focus and experience in trade associations that secured him his appointment and we are all looking forward to working with him.”
Phil’s was previously a senior director of one of the largest Association Management companies in the UK, with responsibility for over 35 trade associations, professional societies and charities.”
Phil, who will take up the post next month, said of his appointment: “I’m eager to continue the advancement of the business strategy and developing additional services for CAB members.
“I look forward to meeting with our diverse membership, to learn more about each member and discover what we can do to support their businesses, alongside promoting aluminium within the construction industry.”
He takes the role in succession to Justin Ratcliffe who last year announced he was leaving the organisation after 19years.