Former General, David Paterson, has joined 4C Strategies following 30 years in the British Army, where he held a wide variety of senior command and staff roles. His service included extensive operational experience, most recently in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In his last role, David was responsible for the training and development of NATO’s Allied Rapid Reaction Corps Headquarters in ensuring they were at high readiness to deploy around the globe. “I am delighted to be joining 4C Strategies at this exciting time, and have seen what a comprehensive solution the company provides in the military collective training domain, in support of the UK’s force preparation for operations in Afghanistan. I am convinced that there is much more for us to achieve as we continue to grow, and I’m excited to be a part of that journey” says David Paterson
Prior to his role in the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps, David Paterson led the organisation responsible for the training and fielding of the Afghan National Army, and the delivery of the UK military’s Collective Training in Germany.
“David is a welcome addition to the team. It is part of our strategic plan to strengthen our footprint in the UK, and with David we can now accelerate this growth. With growing demand for our solutions around the world, we need to meet the expectations of our clients; I am glad to have David joining us.” says 4C Strategies Global Military Lead Mikael Edqvist.
On this new appointment, CEO Magnus Bergqvist says “We are thrilled to be welcoming David to 4C Strategies at this exciting time for both the Military and UK businesses. David has unique expertise and experience in the military field which will be advantageous for us.”
David Paterson is joining the team as Manager for the Military Business Area in the UK and Ireland, and will also play a vital role in 4C’s global business development. 4C Strategies are a leading provider of risk and crisis management solutions and already have a large international client base, including organisations such as the British Army, London Gatwick Airport and Homebase.
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