Graham Love

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Person.png Graham Love  Rdf-icon.png
(accountant)
Born18 March 1954

Graham Love was the chief executive of defence research technology firm QinetiQ. He resigned on 30 November 2009. The announcement of the resignation came just hours after QinetiQ was criticised by the official report into the Nimrod crash, which claimed 14 lives. The ageing RAF Nimrod aircraft crashed over Afghanistan, killing all those on board.[1][2]

Love had run the company for the previous four years. His replacement at QinetiQ, Leo Quinn, was the former chief executive of bank-note maker DeLaRue.[3]

18 March 1954|


References

  1. Graeme Wearden, QinetiQ chief resigns after firm criticised in Nimrod crash report, The Guardian, 29 Oct 2009, accessed 6 April 2010
  2. Richard Norton-Taylor, RAF Nimrod crash report describes 'lamentable' failings of MoD and BAE, Guardian, 28 Oct 2009, acc 6 Apr 2010
  3. Graeme Wearden, QinetiQ chief resigns after firm criticised in Nimrod crash report, The Guardian, 29 Oct 2009, accessed 6 April 2010