NSL Appoints New Chief Executive

NSL, the public sector services specialist which provides regulated services to central government, local government, and the NHS, has appointed Adam Palser to the role of Chief Executive Officer.

Adam spent over a decade at the international defence and security group QinetiQ, where he served as the Group Business Development Director and, prior to that, the Managing Director of QinetiQ’s information and technology business.

Adam succeeds NSL’s previous seven year incumbent Mark Underwood, who left the business at the end of 2014. Chairman James Wilde acted as CEO in the interim.

James Wilde said: “I am delighted that Adam agreed to join NSL as he brings with him experience of leading high-profile public sector projects for clients including the Department for Transport, the Highways Agency and the Ministry of Defence. I look forward to the next phase of NSL’s growth under Adam’s leadership.”

Adam said: “I am excited to join NSL and its team of over five thousand people who are delivering high-quality services to local and central government and the NHS. In the coming weeks my focus will be on getting to know NSL and its wide range of services. I look forward to building on NSL’s successful track record and earning the right to deliver more vital services for our customers.”



For further information, please contact Luke Allen, Director of Communications, 07468 701361, or Luke.Allen@nsl.co.uk




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NSL is a leading UK company specialising in the delivery and management of frontline services in complex public sector and regulated environments. Our core services include business process management; enforcement; passenger and social transport; street management and technical design services. We currently have over 70 contracts with local, regional and central government, as well as with the airport and the private sector, and have delivered contracts for high-profile government agencies, such as The Royal Parks, DVLA, Transport for London and Transport Northern Ireland.