Neeraj Mital, a managing director at Evercore Partners, has joined the advisory board of Astonfield Renewables, a provider of affordable renewable energy in emerging markets.
British baker Greggs said its chief executive, Ken McMeikan, is to quit the firm to take up the CEO role at catering firm Brakes Group, Reuters reported. McMeikan, CEO since 2008, will stay in his position while a successor is appointed. Brakes, which supplies food and machinery to the catering industry and has more than 10,000 employees, is owned by private equity firm Bain Capital.
The e-procurement vendor LogicSource has appointed Sam Vail to the newly created position of general manager of its OneMarket technology division. LogicSource is headquartered in Norwalk, Conn., and is owned by Bain Capital.
Philippine Metals, a Calgary, Alberta-based company focused focused on the discovery and development of copper and copper-gold deposits in the Philippines, announced that executive Feisal Somji has resigned as CEO and as a board member, effective immediately. No reason was given. Somji is being replaced as CEO by Craig Lindsay, another of the company’s board members. Lindsay is also currently the president and CEO of Otis Gold Corp., and a managing director of Arbutus Grove Capital Corp.
TransUnion announced that Jim Peck has been named its chief executive officer and president. Peck succeeds Bobby Mehta who, as previously announced, will continue to serve on TransUnion’s board and serve as an adviser to the company. The Chicago-based credit bureau is backed by Advent International and GS Capital.