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Network Rail boss Iain Coucher to step down

Iain Coucher has told Network Rail’s board he is to step down after eight years with the company, including three years as chief executive.

He will remain in his post over the coming months and be involved will be involved in the search for his successor.

Prior to Network Rail, Coucher was chief executive of Tube Lines. Before joining Tube Lines, Coucher worked for EDS for 15 years, culminating in heading up the company’s mergers and acquisitions across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. 

 

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