MBA Polymers strengthens team with two senior appointments

Peter Whiting

We’re delighted to welcome Peter Whiting and Nick Deeming to the MBA Polymers team. Peter joins as non-executive director, while Nick is our newest Board member. Both will bring significant technical and business expertise to MBA as we continue to expand our company and develop cutting-edge sustainable polymer technology.

Having graduated in physics from Oxford University, Peter followed a career as a market analyst in the technology, engineering and automotive sectors. He also worked as Chief Operation Officer, European Equity Research, at Swiss financial services company UBS. He now supports diverse businesses with strategic business consultancy, including software supplier Microgen, where he serves as a non-executive director, and global technology network Eleven Canterbury.

Commenting on Peter’s appointment, MBA’s CEO, Nigel Hunton said: “Peter is a highly experienced advisor with a broad range of skills centred on financial services and technology. He combines financial analysis with strong communication skills and as a non-executive director has a proven ability to bring rigour, insight and integrity to organisations.”

Nick Deeming

Nick brings 30 years of business and legal experience, having worked with boards, led corporate transactions and specialised in managing risk and implementing change. Most recently, he was a member of the Executive Management Board and General Counsel for Transocean Ltd. His previous roles include Chairman for Christie’s International Realty and Christie’s Insurance, General Counsel for Christie’s International plc and Chief Legal Officer at the Linde Group.

Welcoming Nick to the team, MBA Polymers Chief Executive Nigel Hunton said: “As a General Counsel, Nick has been right at the heart of executive leadership with a remit including legal affairs, corporate transactions, risk control and compliance and has worked closely with Chairmen and CEOs to deliver strong leadership, international best practice and effective corporate governance.”