United Living announces Ole Pugholm as group chief financial officer


Following recent turnover success, United Living Group has appointed Ole Pugholm to the role of group chief financial officer

The recent acquisition of Great British Telecoms saw United Living Group’s turnover in excess of GBP 0.5 billion annually. On the back of this success, Ole Pugholm has been appointed to the leadership team.

Pugholm’s background

Pugholm has spent more than 15 years in CFO level roles which includes working with private equity and Global Fortune 500 multinationals.

Most recently, he worked as CFO for the Marine Division of Survitec Group Limited – a global organisation with a presence in 96 countries.

His background expertise extends to turnaround management, acquisition and growth – both commercial and operational – finance team building, organic growth and creating business value through both buy and build.

Neil Armstrong the chair and CEO of United Living Group commented:

“I am delighted to welcome Ole to the team.  His exceptional track record and experiences will bring significant value to the business and support our further development plans, helping to set us up for future success.”

Ole Pugholm added:

“I am pleased to be joining United Living Group at an exciting point in the company’s development.  I very much look forward to working with Neil and the wider Executive Team on developing its growth potential and building on the considerable success the group has achieved so far.”

Over the last few months United Living has also won some major contracts which has boosted its finances even further:

These contracts include:

  • a 10 year £160 million partnership with Lewisham Homes refurbishing its existing housing stock
  • a 432 new home development worth £55 million in Cardiff
  • a £1.6 million deal on a district heating project at the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS) – which has a total project value of £150 million

It has also secured places on the £750 million Fusion 21 Decarbonisation framework and the £5 billion SCF Residential framework.


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