Board of Directors
Nigel qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1983 spending eight years with PwC before moving into industry. He managed the flotation of Stadium Group plc (“Stadium”) as Group Finance Director, before progressing to Group Chief Executive Officer in 2001. He joined 600 Group plc as Group Chief Executive Officer in 2012 and led the turnaround of the AIM-quoted global machine tool business (Colchester-Harrison), increasing strategic focus on the growth of its laser marking business (Electrox) until April 2015. Nigel has been Non-Executive Deputy Chairman of Transense Technologies plc, the AIM-quoted provider of sensor systems, since July 2015. Nigel was appointed Executive Chairman of Surgical Innovations Group plc in October 2015.
Chief Executive Officer
David has over 25 years’ experience within the medical industry, 20 of which have been in senior management positions. David joined Auto Suture (Medtronic ) in 1991 before being appointed Sales Director then General Manager of SkyMed Ltd. Following the acquisition of SkyMed by Gyrus David was appointed Managing Director of the Direct Operations in U.K. Benelux and Germany, before assuming the position of Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Europe. As part of the Gyrus Senior Management team David was involved in the many acquisitions made by the Company and led the European integration of the enlarged business. During his career David has been responsible for the introduction of a number of key technologies across a broad spectrum of specialities. In 2006 David was Co-Founder of Elemental Healthcare Ltd.
Professor Mike McMahon
Non Executive Clinical Director
Mike, a founder Director of Surgical Innovations Ltd, became Non-executive Clinical Director in October 2007. He is an Emeritus Prof of Surgery at the University of Leeds, and practices as a Consultant Surgeon at the Nuffield Hospital, Leeds. He has carried out research and development of laparoscopic surgery and has demonstrated operative techniques in many countries. He is past President of the Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland and was also Tutor in MIS at the Royal College of Surgeons and Director of the Leeds Institute for Minimally Invasive Therapy.
Non Executive Director
After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 1984, Paul moved into the engineering industry which culminated in leading the private equity-backed management buyout of BI Engineering Limited, a £60m turnover group of aerospace and med-tech businesses in the UK and US. The medical division was subsequently sold to a US venture capital buyer for in excess of US$200m. Since 2003, he has owned and led Hardy Transaction Management Limited, a boutique provider of merger and acquisition lead advisory services.
Chief Financial Officer / Company Secretary
Charmaine Day Chief Financial Officer/Company Secretary Charmaine qualified as a Chartered Certified Accountant in 2012. Beginning her career in finance for Eville & Jones Ltd whilst qualifying as an Accounting Technician. Charmaine then progressed in various roles and moved on to Ellis Fairbank PLC as a Management Accountant and has been working for Surgical Innovations as a Financial Controller since 2012, taking on the role of Company Secretary in 2017. In November 2021, Charmaine was appointed Chief Finance Officer and is responsible for all Group finance matters.