ERM appoints new Managing Partners for the Middle East and Japan
17 February 2009
ERM today announced that Graham Lane has been appointed the new Managing Partner for ERM’s Middle East operations based in Abu Dhabi, and Tatsuya Noma has been appointed to the role of Managing Partner of ERM’s Japanese operations based in Tokyo.
Graham Lane joined ERM in 2006 as the Managing Partner of our business in Japan, and has led our operations there through a strong period of growth. He has 15 years experience of a broad range of environmental consulting services including M&A, Compliance Assurance, Contaminated Site Management and related practices. The move to Abu Dhabi represents a significant investment by ERM in the Middle East, which is expected to be a very promising market for our services to the oil and gas and other sectors which are strong in the Arabian Gulf.
Coinciding with Graham Lane’s move to the Middle East, Tatsuya Noma has been appointed as the Managing Partner of ERM’s operations in Japan. Tatsuya has been with ERM for almost 10 years; he has been instrumental in building a strong M&A Advisory Service and Compliance Assurance business in Japan, in addition to developing long lasting-key client relationships with several of the Japanese Multinationals, Japanese Trading Houses and Japanese Financial Institutions.