MAAS Aviation, aircraft painting and exterior coatings specialists, announced the appointment of Malachy McEnroe as chief financial officer.
An experienced international CFO and board member, McEnroe has worked in finance and business for over 25 years, most recently in the international logistics equipment leasing sector. He has extensive experience in growing international businesses, spearheading transformation and has contributed to impressive value creation. As part of the company’s C-Suite Team and a board member, his role at MAAS will focus on supporting the business growth strategy and future investments, while driving day-to-day financial and operational improvements.
“Malachy will be a great asset to our team and we are delighted to welcome him on board,” comments Tim Macdougald, MAAS Aviation’s Chief Executive Officer. “I am looking forward to working closely with Malachy to develop and implement the sustainable, robust financial structures necessary to support our growth, enhance our financial communications and ensure our ongoing investments deliver for our customers and stakeholders.”
McEnroe has held senior finance roles at both GE and HNA and completed seven years at TIP Trailer Services as global CFO. He has also served as a non-executive director at German-based international modular construction specialist, Cadolto GmbH. “MAAS has a great track record and an excellent market reputation. Their experienced and knowledgeable management team has a ‘can do’ attitude and serious growth ambitions. It was these attributes, combined with the support of a focused and committed investment Group in Egeria, that attracted me to join the business,” comments McEnroe. “We have exciting development plans, and I am looking forward to being part of that journey.”
McEnroe will be based between MAAS’ facilities in the Netherlands and Dublin but plans to have a strong presence at all of the Group’s operational facilities in Lithuania, Germany, and Alabama, USA. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant (FCA) and holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Business and Accounting from University College Dublin.