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Weinstein named ABS president

   The ABS Group of Cos. board has elected David Weinstein to president and chief executive officer.
   Weinstein, currently ABS vice president of strategic development, replaces Tony Nassif, who was recently elected executive vice president and chief operating officer of ABS.
   He joined the classification society in October 2010 after more than 25 years as a strategy consultant in the transportation, energy and manufacturing sectors. Prior to joining ABS, he was a partner in several consulting firms, including Norbridge, Accenture and Oliver Wyman, serving a global clientele. As a consultant, Weinstein worked closely with ABS, assisting in strategic development.
   “The ABS Group has continued to record steady, profitable growth despite the recent global economic and financial difficulties,” said Robert D. Somerville, ABS chairman. “That performance has placed us in a very strong position to benefit from the recovery, of which the first signs are now clearly evident. We see a very promising future for each of the ABS Group’s operating subsidiaries and David will provide the strategic leadership needed to benefit from these trends.”
   In a related move, David Walker, currently president of ABS Consulting, has been appointed chief operating officer of the ABS Group. The new COO’s responsibilities will be in addition to those he has as president of ABS Consulting.
   Walker’s background includes more than 20 years in risk management, process safety, loss prevention, incident investigation/root cause analysis, system reliability, and asset integrity management.