MedservRegis Group announced that its Chief Operating Officer (COO), Gareth McMurray, has resigned.

This comes after Mr McMurray decided that, for personal reasons, he wishes to return to his home in the UK after 22 years of living and working abroad.

Gareth McMurray

The outgoing COO will remain in office until 31st December 2021.

MedServRegis Group said that, whilst it is saddened by this announcement, it would like to thank Mr McMurray for his commitment and contribution to the Group. It went on to wish the outgoing COO ‘all of the very best for the future’.

Following Mr McMurray’s decision, the company’s Executive Team will be looking at a restructuring of the management functions of the Group with a view to optimising current management roles in order to streamline and achieve cost savings where possible.

Founded in 1974 and with head offices in Malta, Medserv is a trusted partner and provider of integrated oilfield support and services to IOCs and NOCs operating in and around the Mediterranean.

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