|Born||Christopher Rajendran Hyman
5 July 1963
Durban, South Africa
|Alma mater||Natal University|
|Title||CEO, Serco Group|
On graduation, he worked for Arthur Andersen. In 1989, he won an 18-month exchange with Ernst & Young in London, who employed him after four months. headhunted in 1994 by Serco, Hyman became European finance director, and in 1999 was made group finance director. In 2002, Hyman became chief executive.
Hyman resigned from his role of CEO of Serco in October 2013 following allegations that Serco had overcharged government customers.
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