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Ex-Volvo man appointed as new BVRLA chief executive

Story: Ralph Morton | Posted 2 April 2013 | In Car news

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Gerry Keaney appointed new BVRLA chief executive

Gerry Keaney, a senior manager from Volvo Cars, will be the new BVRLA chief executive

THE BVRLA has appointed a new chief executive.

Gerry Keaney, a former boss of Volvo Cars in the UK, takes up the position as the new BVRLA chief executive from May 01.

Gerry replaces John Lewis who is stepping down from the post after 13 years at the helm. 

However, John will still be around the corridors of the BVRLA (British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association), as he will be taking on a new part-time role as the BVRLA’s Director of External Affairs.

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