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Mark Broadley becomes Sealegs' chief executive

Wednesday 23rd March 2011

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Amphibious boat manufacturer Sealegs has appointed former investment banker Mark Broadley as chief executive.

Broadley's background is in investment banking and private equity, having held positions at UBS, HSBC and NM Rothschild & Sons.

He was appointed to the Sealegs board in February when former chief executive David McKee Wright stepped down.

McKee Wright, now global sales director, was temporarily replaced by long-time partner Maurice Bryham, who came up with the concept behind Sealegs.

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