A financial firm in Wiltshire has revitalised its board of directors in anticipation of future growth and success.

The six-strong board of Old Mill, comprising newly appointed CEO Mark Neath and managing director Jolyon Stonehouse, alongside four other members, seeks to guide the company into its new phase.

Mark Neath, a 25-year veteran chartered accountant who has been with Old Mill for 18 years, is keen on shaping the company’s long-term goals as the CEO.

He aims to drive the company forward by directing its vision and strategic plans.

Old Mill’s new managing director, Jolyon Stonehouse, who is one key founder of the firm and a former managing partner, will take on the role of overseeing the day-to-day running of the company.

Working with the executive management committee, he will serve as the crucial link between the operating service lines and the board.

The MD role, introduced to Old Mill for the first time, aims to allow the CEO to concentrate on long-term strategy.

Both Mr Neath and Mr Stonehouse will be joined by Simon Cole, Andrew Vickery, Paula Hodge, and Jonathan Fox.

Each member will bring their unique expertise to the board, effectively aligning the company's strategies with stakeholder interests and ensuring seamless integration between the operating service lines and the board.

Mr Neath said: "I am honoured to step into the role at such a pivotal time for Old Mill.

"This is a period of great change and opportunity in our profession, and I am confident the talented team we have in place will drive Old Mill to new heights, fostering innovation, growth, and continued success.

"I look forward to working with our people across the firm to unleash their creativity and entrepreneurial spirit."

Mr Stonehouse said: "It is a privilege to join the Board as Managing Director.

"The new structure reflects Old Mill’s commitment to robust governance and strategic oversight and ensures the firm is well-positioned to meet the challenges and opportunities of the future.

"I look forward to ensuring our strategic goals and values are executed effectively, and, above all, that we continue to put our clients at the centre of everything we do, and help them achieve their financial goals."

With this modernised structure, the new Board is set to steer Old Mill towards future success and growth.

Employees, clients, and shareholders can anticipate a refreshing wave of change and innovation on Old Mill's horizon.