TrustMark has appointed Sharon Darcy and Frank Bertie to its main board of directors.
Darcy will join Paul Ramsden, deputy chief executive of the Trading Standards Institute, and Linda Perham, previously MP for Ilford North, on the TrustMark board.
Bertie will join Ian Chisholm, deputy chief executive of the Glass and Glazing Federation, and Steve Hodgson, technical services manager for the British Wood Preserving Damp-proofing Association, as the representatives from trade bodies and the industry.
Bertie is a director of the National Association of Professional Inspectors.
He is currently managing director of NAPIT Inspections and has extensive experience in the creation of assessment systems and trainer electrical engineering courses.
Darcy was a founding member of energywatch, the government energy consumer watchdog, and she is currently doing strategic and fundraising consultancy work for charities and local authorities.
She is a non-executive director of the Hyde Group Board and the Consumer Council for Water.
Ian Livsey, chairman of TrustMark, says: Sharon and Frank bring with them a wide-ranging relevant knowledge and skills.
“The TrustMark board is now complete, we have three directors with solid experience of consumer protection issues, and three representing the trade and the reputable tradesman.
“This will ensure coherent and balanced decision making at board level.