Board of Directors
Peter L Hay
Peter Hay was appointed to the Board in 1977. He was Group Technical Director for five years and subsequently Group Managing Director for eleven years.
Victor P Bellanti
Victor Bellanti joined Norman Hay plc in 1993 as Finance Director and was appointed Chief Executive in March 2000. He graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 1979 with a degree in Business Studies and qualified as a Management Accountant in 1981. Victor has worked for a number of multinational companies including GEC and Wabco and spent three years with Commercial Intertech in Luxembourg.
Group Financial Director
Nick Ogden graduated from Birmingham University in 1995 with a degree in Money, Banking and Finance and joined BDO Stoy Hayward LLP in January 1995. He became a senior manager in their Business Assurance team before joining Norman Hay plc in 2008.
His responsibilities at BDO included planning, co-ordination and delivery of audits. He managed a portfolio of businesses, including manufacturing, chemical and service companies, acquiring considerable relevant sector knowledge.
Nick was appointed Group Financial Director in August 2010.
Brigid M Cattle
Human Resources Director
Brigid Cattle was appointed to the Norman Hay plc Board as Group Human Resources Director in January 2013. Brigid has been Company Secretary since 2000, and was previously Human Resources Director of Ultraseal International.
David W Miller
David Miller was Chief Operating Officer until his retirement in 2006. He was employed by Norman Hay plc for seven years following a successful international executive career. In 2007 David rejoined the company as a Non-Executive.
Ronnie Steedman joined the company as a Non-Executive Director in October 2011. After a long career with Bank of Scotland in various senior positions in the UK and overseas, Ronnie joined Weatherbys Bank in 2002 as Executive Director. He retired from the board of Weatherbys Bank in 2011 continuing as a Consultant until December 2014. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland.