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Board and Management.

Maurice Dwek, Chairman

Maurice Dwek was the founder of the Dwek Group in 1963 as a distributor of PVC products with factories involved in engineering and other consumer products. The company was listed on LSE in 1973 and he was director of subsidiary companies and subsequently responsible for Group acquisitions and disposals. He disposed of this interest in 1988 through a management buyout. Subsequently, he was chairman of Arlen PLC (electronics) and Owen & Robinson PLC (sports footwear, retailing and jewelry) and floated Newmark Security on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange in 1997 and was Executive Chairman until 2005.

 Marie-Claire Dwek, CEO

Marie–Claire Dwek was marketing director of Newmark Technology Limited (specialised electronic security systems) 1996-2000, responsible for the planning, leadership and strategic marketing. Between 2002–2013 Marie-Claire was responsible for the management and investment in various property portfolios for Motcomb Estates and joined Newmark Security as Chief Executive officer in 2013.

Brian Beecraft, Group Finance Director

Brian Beecraft qualified as a chartered Accountant in 1973 with Touche Ross and was a senior manager there until leaving in 1985 to become Group Chief Accountant at United Transport International (transport division of BET PLC with freight and passenger transport companies in UK, Europe and Africa). He left United Transport as Group Financial Controller, having been responsible for all aspects of financial control and accounting for the Group, after Rentokil acquired BET in 1994. He worked for himself providing freelance financial services until joining Newmark in 1998. During his career he has been involved in numerous acquisitions and disposals.

Michel Rapoport, Non-Executive Director

Michel Rapoport held various senior positions in Ripolin (paint) in Paris between 1974-79 including President 1976-79. He then worked at Alcatel (telephony and electronics) 1979-91 including President Mailing and Shipping products division 1990-91. He moved to Pitney Bowes between 1991-95 where he was Chairman Pitney Bowes France and Vice President Pitney Bowes International. Michel was president and CEO of Mosler ($300m revenue physical and electronic security products and services) 1995- 2001 and was President and CEO at Laroche Industries Inc., (chemical product manufacturer and distributor) between 2001 and 2005. He has been managing partner of SAR Industries (real estate holdings) since 2007.

 Robert Waddington, Non-Executive Director

Robert Waddington qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1964. He was a director of Hambros Bank Ltd from 1984 to1997, and director/chairman of a number of private companies involved in engineering, property, and steel stockholding between 1996 and 2008. He was also a director from 1997 to 2006 of Stanley Leisure PLC, a UK Stock Exchange listed company operating in the Betting and Gaming industries.