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AECOM announces Global Advisory Board

Past UK Prime Minister Sir John Major is to chair a Global Advisory Board established by international organisation AECOM it was announced today. The Board will offer expert advice on global business operations, humanitarian action, socially responsible business practices and sustainable issues from a panel of international figures. Geographical areas of focus include Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, India and Latin America, with industries including oil and gas, energy, mining, and national security.

Speaking on the announcement, John Dionisio, AECOM Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, commented: “I am pleased to announce the formation of the AECOM Global Advisory Board. The global insight and marketplace visibility of our advisory board members, led by Sir John Major, will provide a valuable business perspective as we advance AECOM’s diversified global growth strategy.”

Additional members of the Board include: Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong, former Prime Minister of Singapore; Mr. Deepak Parekh, Chairman of India-based Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited; and Dr. Daniel Thorniley, President of Vienna-based DT-Global Business Consulting.

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