Community Integrated Care Appoints Company Secretary

Community Integrated Care is delighted to welcome David Hedley to our Executive Team as Company Secretary and Legal Counsel.

David Hedley David, who joined Community Integrated Care on 3rd July 2017, will be responsible for the governance and administration of our charity, ensuring all corporate, statutory and regulatory compliance requirements are met. David will also oversee the implementation of our Executive and Trustee decisions and lead our charity’s Legal function.  

David joins us from digital communications group, Join the Dots (Research) Limited, where he was Group Legal Counsel and Company Secretary. In this role he developed the group’s risk and compliance strategies and successfully led the international expansion of the business.

David has enjoyed working in a legal and company secretariat capacity for a variety of organisations including Pochin’s PLC and The Emerson Group. David is also a valued member of The Law Society. 

Phil Pegler, Interim Chief Executive Officer for Community Integrated Care, says: “We are delighted to welcome David to Community Integrated Care’s Executive Team. David joins us with a wealth of corporate and legal experience and will play a crucial role in ensuring we deliver a high-performing and effective Board function, both at Trustee and Executive Team level.

“Our charity aims to provide the best possible care that is highly regarded by both the people we support and our regulators, whilst ensuring we are sustainable for the future. Having someone of David’s calibre, with his knowledge and expertise, will be a great asset in helping us achieve our strategic goals.”

David Hedley says: “It is a huge honour to be appointed as Company Secretary for Community Integrated Care. I am really proud and excited to be part of an organisation that puts people at the heart of everything it does. I look forward to working with our Trustees and senior leaders to ensure the charity continues to deliver the highest standards of care provision.”

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