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BIFM CEO leaves with 'immediate effect'

27 October 2016

Ray Perry has stepped down from his post at British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM), having joined earlier this year.

Announced as the new chief executive officer last February, Mr Perry started in his role at the end of May, a tenure of just five months.

Yesterday's announcement said he had stepped down from his position "with immediate effect".

The decision was described as mutually agreed between Mr Perry and the BIFM board of directors.

Linda Hausmanis has been announced as the acting chief executive officer.

She has been promoted from the role of director of professional development with BIFM.

"The board is confident in Linda's ability to lead the organisation while we take the necessary time to recruit and appoint a permanent CEO," the statement from BIFM chair Julie Kortens said.

Mr Perry was previously the chief executive of the National Pawnbrokers Association.

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