Gerald Moor Elected Master of the Company of Security Professionals in Olympic Year

Gerald Moor, CEO of The Inkerman Group, has been elected as the Master of the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals. He began his term of office on 07 June 2012 following his Installation Lunch held at the Drapers Hall, London in the presence of The Lord Mayor of London, Alderman David Wootton and with other Masters of the Livery Companies, his peers within the security industry and Adrian Leppard, Commissioner of the City of London Police.

Gerald Moor’s appointment was confirmed when he was elected to this prestigious position in April at the Security Professionals’ Company Election Court Dinner held at the Vintners’ Hall in London.

Moor is looking forward to the year and its many opportunities for the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals, particularly in this momentous London Olympics and Queen Jubilee year. “My fellow security professionals have honoured me by allowing me to become the Master” he explains “a ‘once in a lifetime’ opportunity which I am looking forward to enormously. It will be busy – we have a great deal planned and many events to attend in the next 12 months and I intend to particularly drive forward the charitable aspects of the Company.

In addition, he will continue to work closely with The Royal Military Police, the Royal RAF Regiment, the Police and HMS Severn, with whom the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals has service affiliations.

Established in 1996, local Ashford Company, The Inkerman Group is one of the leading companies in its field and places professional integrity as a business very high on its agenda. Its close links with the Company of Security Professionals is an important part of this, as this Livery Company contributes a great deal of charitable monies and assistance as part of its Royal Charter. Gerald Moor has been a Member of the Company for many years and a Freeman of the City of London since 2006. His appointment as Master in this symbolic year of the Olympics in London in 2012 comes at the culmination of a long commitment to the livery company and a personal aspiration to represent this prestigious institution.


Karen Englishby / Emilie Cross
Press Office The Inkerman Group