Talk scotched

JOCK Clough was keen to hose down talk he was planning a return to HP-JDV just a few months after leaving an investment banking position at the firm, to become an executive at Clough, the listed engineering company founded by his family.

Mr Clough confirmed he was considering taking up a bit of spare office space at the Hartley Poynton building but that should by no means be construed as a move to leave his new role on the financial side of Clough.

“There is a sort of spare office in Poyntons I am contemplating renting at commercial rates to have personal space to keep my files,” he said.

“I don’t believe in having my personal papers at my executive office because you end up getting distracted.

“I also don’t like working from home.”

Mr Clough said his new role involved helping push more financial elements as part of the tendering process in a move designed to help build some alternative profit streams into construction work, which is very competitive.

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