Rosalind Futter becomes Muse FD

17.10.22 2 min read by Ryan Devlin

We’re delighted to announce that Rosalind Futter has joined the business as our new finance director. 

Rosalind joins from Landsec, where she was group finance director, working closely with the chief operating officer and divisional managing directors. Rosalind started her career with Arthur Andersen in 1999, moving to PwC, BT and Priory Group, before joining Landsec in 2011, rising to manage business unit performance, commercial finance, development finance and reporting, financial planning and analysis and tax and treasury functions. 

Managing director, Kate Bowyer, said:

I’m delighted to welcome Rosalind to the business. It’s an exciting time for Muse as we focus our strategy on transforming places across the UK that will improve the lives of our communities for the long term. Rosalind brings a wealth of operational and financial leadership experience, enabling us to push forward with our partners to deliver a shared vision and build brighter futures for all.”

We’re on a path of strategic growth, delivering sustainable places across the UK, in collaboration with our partners. We’re on site with 19 projects nationwide, including close to 2,500 homes, with a total construction value of £878m, development value of over £1.2bn and a pipeline of £2.2bn.  

Rosalind, added:

To be joining a market-leading regeneration company in Muse is a fantastic opportunity and I’m looking forward to supporting the business with its ambitious plans for growth over the coming months and years.”

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