Setting NCP’s strategic direction, the Executive Committee work with the business to drive investment, innovation and service delivery
As NCP’s Chief Executive Officer since 1 November 2018, Jonathan is responsible for the strategic direction of the business, driving growth and ensuring it continues to be the market leader. Jonathan joined NCP in 2010 as Chief Financial Officer and has worked within the Leadership team through tough economic times to achieve strong results.
He is a Chartered Accountant and has extensive experience in senior finance roles, working for Ernst & Young’s corporate finance department and Eastern Electricity where he helped expand the business into Europe. He has also been finance director of several entrepreneurial companies.
Hideyuki Nagahiro joined NCP’s Board of Directors in February 2017 when NCP was bought by Park 24 and the Development Bank of Japan (DBJ).
In October 2018, he became the Chief Financial Officer for the business, taking responsibility for property finance, revenue accounting, financial reporting and tax matters. Hideyuki has a wealth of experience in commercial banking at an international level across Tokyo, Hong Kong and London. He was one of the founding executives of DBJ Europe Limited and played a major role in establishing a presence in London for the European subsidiary of the bank.
Aaron Campbell joined NCP as sole Legal Counsel in 2009, he worked hard to develop and grow the legal and compliance function and then became Group Head of Legal and Company Secretary. In 2018, he became Legal & Compliance Director, taking up the responsibility for shaping key aspects of the legal and compliance elements of the NCP Group.
Prior to working for NCP, Aaron qualified in corporate finance and commercial work, before moving in-house in the financial services sector, working as senior legal counsel at Lazard investment bank. He then followed on to become a director at UBS investment bank in the EMEA transactions team, working on the legal, compliance and regulatory aspects of a range of domestic and international corporate transactions.
Rob England joined NCP as a Head of Operations in 2010, leading a senior operational and commercial management team, before moving into the role Director of Operations Leased Services in 2018. Within this, he maintained core operational responsibility, with the addition of managing our Customer Contact Centre and various key support functions. In 2019, Rob joined NCP’s executive committee, being promoted to Chief of Operations Leased Services, and subsequently being responsible for the long-term business planning and performance at director level.
Rob’s experience prior to joining NCP includes roles within Blue Chip companies such as the Compass Group, where he was an Operations Director managing brands such as Starbucks, Burger King and M&S Simply Foods. Rob has also held senior operational roles in other retail organisations such as the Tesco Group and Safeway PLC.
Jim joined NCP in 2011 as Head of Operations for our leasehold and managed car parks in Scotland. With over a decade of experience in the airport parking sector gained from his time at NCP and 4 years prior at Glasgow Airport, Jim brings to NCP a wealth of knowledge in customer service and client management in the airport parking sector. Jim moved into the role as Director of Managed Services for airports and rail before joining NCP’s executive team as Chief of Operations Managed Services in 2019. Jim remains responsible for all of NCP’s customer service and commercial management at our airports along with our partnerships in the rail, retail and hospital sectors, with a core focus on the customer experience at our sites.
Jim’s previous work experience includes working at Qatar Airways, based in Qatar, and various operational and customer service management roles for Eastern Mountain Sports, based in the USA.
Tim joined NCP in January 2020 as Chief Technology Officer to lead our technical and digital transformation agenda, leading the key strategic project management within our Technology directorate in line with NCP’s business objectives.
Previously Tim spent eight years in various technology, modernisation and strategic Exec roles at the UK’s leading foodservice provider Brakes. Prior to this Tim spent four years working for Deloitte delivering technology enabled change and transformation across a range of sectors including retail, insurance and construction.