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Nick Gray appointed as new UK and Europe lead at Currie & Brown

Nick Gray has joined Currie & Brown as chief operating officer designate for the UK and Europe business. He succeeds Alan Manuel who will transition to the role of group chief executive officer on 1 January 2022.

Nick will take over the day-to-day running of Currie & Brown’s UK and Europe business as Alan moves into the role of CEO.

Based in the North of England, Nick has spent the past 24 years at Faithful+Gould, most recently as regional lead for its North, Scotland and Ireland business.


Nick has also held roles at Coopers & Lybrand (now PwC), Bucknall Austin and Tarmac Construction, where he began his career.

As a chartered quantity surveyor, Nick was previously a member of the RICS UK and Ireland Regulatory Board for six years. He is now a member of the RICS Conduct and Appeals Committee.

Commenting on Nick’s appointment, Alan Manuel said: “I’m very pleased to welcome Nick as he joins us to continue our strong growth in the UK and European markets. His extensive experience of our core and specialist services will bring real benefit to both the business and clients alike.”

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