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Tony Leigh made honorary ACFO member

Date: 05 January 2012   |   Author: Hugh Hunston

Fleet sector veteran Tony Leigh, who has retired as ACFO's company secretary after 25 years with the organisation, has been made an honorary life member.

A former chairman of ACFO, Leigh continues as head of car fleet services at PricewaterhouseCoopers. He said he believed it was "the right time to step down and let younger fleet decision-makers become more involved with ACFO".

Having originally joined ACFO's London East region in the mid-1980s and jointly founded the East Anglian region, Leigh said the association had "deservedly become the premier organisation for fleet operators".

ACFO, under the chairmanship of Julie Jenner, will appoint a new company secretary early in 2012.